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Hard Rock Ministries, Beaverton, Oregon

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Address: 185 SW 143rd Ave
Beaverton, Oregon  97006  
United States
Is 501(c)(3) nonprofit certified by the IRS?: Yes
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 80
Number of People Being Served: 400
EIN: 27-1803900
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Mission Statement


We are a Christian Group dedicated to helping the homeless and less fortunate while educating teens and young adults of the hardships they face.

Description


Hard Rock Ministries is a way for high school teens and young adults to expand their faith along with assisting those in need. Homeless shelters are always looking for volunteers and resources and we help in any ways we can. Our goal is to spend 8+ months of each year serving those in need. We will travel the country visiting churches, speaking with young adults, and volunteering our services at shelters and feeding the homeless.

Hard Rock Ministries is a way for high school teens and young adults to expand their faith along with assisting those in need. Homeless shelters are always looking for volunteers and resources and we help in any ways we can. Our goal is to spend 8+ months of each year serving those in need. We will travel the country visiting churches, speaking with young adults, and volunteering our services at shelters and feeding the homeless.

Mission Statement: We are a Christian Group dedicated to helping the homeless and less fortunate while educating teens and young adults of the hardships they face.

Organizational Statement of Faith


Youth/Young Adult Ministries: Our Ministers will speak with High School Teens and Young Adults about the hardships of being homeless, how God and faith can heal, and ways to reach out in their community to improve treatment/services for the less fortunate. Shelter Ministries: Shelter Ministries is about listening to the homeless and hearing their needs within shelters. We will help educate the willing about God and dedicate our time to improving shelter conditions and resources. Outreach: Outreach is our attempt to educate the public about homelessness and what it really is. Mental illness, addiction, and laziness are not always the causes.


Denominational Affiliations


Non-denominational


Local Affiliation



Program Type:


Homeless Program

Do you Require Formal Orientation Training?


No