Regional Offices

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Call 1-800-353-5949 or email occinfo@samaritan.org for general information.

Carolinas Region

North Carolina
South Carolina

Staff

Joey White, Asst. Director, Domestic Operations
Brian Gresham, Corporate Relations & Domestic Logistics Manager
Deirdre Martin, Senior Regional Director, Southeast Regions
Chris Ramsey, Regional Director
Jennifer Davis, Regional Manager
Keith Burney, Regional Manager
Lindsay Tunnell, Administrative Coordinator
Kendra Sands, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

P.O. Box 240417
Charlotte, NC 28224
704-583-1463 phone
704-583-9381 fax
occcarolinas@samaritan.org email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and organizations in the Carolinas region packed 820,700 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide – a 13 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

PROCESSING CENTER DOMESTIC MISSIONS OPPORTUNITIES

Join the Operation Christmas Child staff as a Domestic Missions Team Member. Each autumn, we seek skilled management staff on a short term basis to work as supervisors at our Charlotte, N.C. Processing Center. Use your skills to bring joy and eternal hope to millions of children, while working with volunteers and seasonal employees. Interested participants must be able to work full time for 4-6 weeks in November and December.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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Florida/Puerto Rico Region

Florida
Puerto Rico

Staff

Cindy Beyer, Regional Director
Milagros Almarante, Regional Manager
Anna Owen, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

11221 John Wycliffe Blvd.
Orlando, FL 32832
407-273-6112 phone
407-273-7419 fax
occflorida@samaritan.org email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and organizations in Florida & Puerto Rico packed 479,818 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide – a 20 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

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Great Lakes Region

Indiana
Michigan
Ohio
West Virginia

Staff

Bonnie Freeman, Regional Director
David Zimmerman, Regional Manager
Todd Edwards, Regional Manager
Marcey Page, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

1180 Wesley Ave., Suite 200
Xenia, OH 45385
937-374-0761 phone
937-372-9071 fax
occgreatlakes@samaritan.org email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and organizations in the Great Lakes region packed 801,633 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide – a 13 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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Lower Midwest Region

Illinois, excluding Northern IL and Chicago/Suburbs
Kansas
Missouri
Nebraska
Oklahoma

Staff

Joe Christian, Regional Director
Dara Brensing, Regional Manager
Scott Luhring, Regional Manager
Amy Parendo, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

10551 Barkley, Suite 100
Overland Park, KS 66212
816-622-8316 phone
913-831-4475 fax
occmidwest@samaritan.org email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and groups in the Lower Midwest region packed 520,855 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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Mid-Atlantic Region

Delaware
District of Columbia
Maryland
New Jersey
Pennsylvania
Virginia

Staff

Leigh Fisher, Regional Director
Mesfin Abera, Regional Manager
Eric Lapointe, Regional Manager
Jeff Berger, Regional Manager
JoAnn Waters, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

5016 Dorsey Hall Dr., Suite 102
Ellicott City, MD 21042
410-772-7360 phone
410-772-7363 fax
occmidatlantic@samaritan.org, email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and organizations in the Mid-Atlantic region packed 952,550 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide – a 19 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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Mid-South Region

Arkansas
Kentucky
Tennessee

Staff

Amy Johnson, Regional Director
Kate Tanis, Regional Manager
Stephanie Olsen, Regional Manager
Michelle Hartley, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

1321 Murfreesboro Pike, Suite 603
Nashville, TN 37217
615/678-6200 phone
615/913-3603 fax
occmidsouth@samaritan.org, email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and groups in the Mid-South region packed 632,978 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide – a 16 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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Northeast Region

Connecticut
Maine
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
New York
Rhode Island
Vermont

Staff

Gaye Newlun, Regional Director
Ellen Siletzky, Regional Manager
Gloria Bridgeman, Regional Manager
Allan Perkins, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

2 Computer Dr. West
Suite 201
Albany, NY 12205-1622
518-437-0690 phone
518-437-0694 fax
occnortheast@samaritan.org, email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and groups in the Northeast region packed 349,547 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide – a 14 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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Northwest Region

Alaska
Idaho
Montana
Oregon
Washington

Staff

Michael Ishmael, Regional Director
Cheryl Peirson, Regional Manager
Nhung Hurst, Regional Manager
Tonya Johnson, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

1117 Broadway Plaza, Suite 502
Tacoma, WA 98402
253-572-1155 phone
253-572-1156 fax
occnw@samaritan.org, email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and groups in the Northwest Region packed 256,389 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide – a 16 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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Southeast Region

Alabama
Georgia
Mississippi

Staff

Phil Barks, Senior Regional Director – Northeast Regions
Jamie Hardenbrook, Regional Director
Rhonda Anderson, Regional Manager
Shelli Wishard, Regional Manager
Erica Spence, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

5755 North Point Parkway, Suite 9
Alpharetta, GA 30022
770-777-9342 phone
770-777-9384 fax
occsoutheast@samaritan.org, email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and groups in the Southeast region packed 842,899 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide–nearly a 16 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

PROCESSING CENTER DOMESTIC MISSIONS OPPORTUNITIES

Join the Operation Christmas Child staff as a Domestic Missions Team Member. Each autumn, we seek skilled management staff on a short term basis to work as supervisors at our Atlanta, Ga. Processing Center. Use your skills to bring joy and eternal hope to millions of children, while working with volunteers and seasonal employees. Interested participants must be able to work full time for 4-6 weeks in November and December.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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Southwest Region

Arizona
Colorado
New Mexico
Utah
Wyoming

Staff

Andrea Uhl, Senior Regional Director, Western Regions
Rick Hoover, Regional Director
Paul Fischbach, Regional Manager
Jane Huckaby, Regional Manager
Jennie Marquez, Administrative Coordinator
Steve Fernalld, Senior Ministry Strategist

Regional Address

2851 S. Parker Rd., Suite 570
Aurora, CO 80014
303-745-9179 phone
303-369-2259 fax
occsouthwest@samaritan.org, email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and groups in the Southwest region packed 308,007 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide – nearly a 13 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

PROCESSING CENTER DOMESTIC MISSIONS OPPORTUNITIES

Join the Operation Christmas Child staff as a Domestic Missions Team Member. Each autumn, we seek skilled management staff on a short term basis to work as supervisors at our Denver, Co. Processing Center. Use your skills to bring joy and eternal hope to millions of children, while working with volunteers and seasonal employees. Interested participants must be able to work full time for 4-6 weeks in November and December.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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Texas/Louisiana Region

Louisiana
Texas

Staff

Mark Cooper, Regional Director
Keri Pribble, Regional Manager
Matt McClelland, Regional Manager
Ross Robinson, Senior Ministry Strategist
Laura Winter, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

235 NE Loop 820, Suite 202
Hurst, TX 76053
817-595-2230 phone
817-595-2311 fax
occtxla@samaritan.org, email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and groups in the Texas-Louisiana region packed 590,613 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to children worldwide – a 15 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

PROCESSING CENTER DOMESTIC MISSIONS OPPORTUNITIES

Join the Operation Christmas Child staff as a Domestic Missions Team Member. Each autumn, we seek skilled management staff on a short term basis to work as supervisors at our Dallas area Processing Center. Use your skills to bring joy and eternal hope to millions of children, while working with volunteers and seasonal employees. Interested participants must be able to work full time for 4-6 weeks in November and December.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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Upper Midwest Region

Iowa
Minnesota
North Dakota
South Dakota
Wisconsin
Northern IL and Chicago/Suburbs

Staff

Nicole Sheldon, Regional Director
Rick Cox, Regional Manager
Serena Butler, Regional Manager
Kelly Evenson Mayhew, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

Hennepin Square
2021 East Hennepin Ave., Suite 415
Minneapolis, MN 55413
612-359-7025 phone
612-359-7023 fax
occuppermidwest@samaritan.org, email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and groups in the Upper Midwest region packed 458,178 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide – a 42 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

PROCESSING CENTER DOMESTIC MISSIONS OPPORTUNITIES

Join the Operation Christmas Child staff as a Domestic Missions Team Member. Each autumn, we seek skilled management staff on a short term basis to work as supervisors at our Minneapolis, Minn. Processing Center. Use your skills to bring joy and eternal hope to millions of children, while working with volunteers and seasonal employees. Interested participants must be able to work full time for 4-6 weeks in November and December.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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West Coast Region

California
Hawaii
Nevada

Staff

Jennifer Trevithick, Regional Director
Becky Gross, Regional Manager
Nathan Bates, Regional Manager
Tracy Trautman, Regional Manager
Karen Carll, Administrative Coordinator

Regional Address

3000 West MacArthur Blvd., Suite 310
Santa Ana, CA 92704
714-432-7030 phone
714-432-7039 fax
occwestcoast@samaritan.org, email

In 2013, individuals, families, churches, and groups in the West Coast region packed 527,301 shoebox gifts for Operation Christmas Child that were sent to needy children worldwide – nearly a 10 percent increase from 2012. National Collection Week is Nov.17-24, 2014.

Since 1993, Operation Christmas Child has been sharing the love of Jesus Christ with hurting children around the world. In 2013, nearly 10 million shoebox gifts were collected internationally from the United States and 10 other countries. So far, more than 113 million gift-filled shoeboxes have been distributed to children in more than 140 countries worldwide.

Operation Christmas Child regional representatives and volunteers in your area can help you get involved with the project and are available to speak at meetings or give media interviews. To find out more about how you or your group can be involved with Operation Christmas Child, please call or e-mail the regional office.

PROCESSING CENTER DOMESTIC MISSIONS OPPORTUNITIES

Join the Operation Christmas Child staff as a Domestic Missions Team Member. Each autumn, we seek skilled management staff on a short term basis to work as supervisors at our southern California and Honolulu, Hawaii Processing Centers. Use your skills to bring joy and eternal hope to millions of children, while working with volunteers and seasonal employees. Interested participants must be able to work full time for 4-6 weeks in November and December.

VOLUNTEER

Is God calling you to use your gifts and talents in the ministry of Operation Christmas Child? Becoming a year-round volunteer is an opportunity to make an impact on children who are refugees of civil war, survivors of natural disasters, and living in extreme poverty. Operation Christmas Child volunteers are organized into Area Teams to focus their efforts on one area. Volunteers can join an existing Area Team or partner with regional staff to develop a team if one is not in place.

If you are interested in serving with us, please visit our Volunteer Opportunities page.

If you have questions or would like to receive an application, please e-mail us or complete a Volunteer Interest Form.

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