Team Volunteering Page of AHAVA Fellowship
In support of Ronald McDonald House Greater Hudson Valley.
The first ministry born out of The Christian Center For Individual and Family Wellness, Inc. (CCIFW.org), AHAVA (meaning "love") Fellowship is a Christian Wellness Program for girls who desire to be introduced to God, or to reinforce their relationship with God in fun and positive ways. While the program is designed to promote a healthy relationship with God, it is also designed to promote a healthy relationship with Self, as well as the local and larger communities. This is executed via Christian education, personal-care events and activities, as well as service projects. In addition, we are committed to cultivating a Fellowship of girls where love and peace abound, paving the way for the constant blossoming of true friendship and sisterhood.
Location / Venue
- 80 Woods Road
- Valhalla, NY 10595
About This Campaign
Be prepared to feed 25 people.
You choose the menu and purchase the food and ingredients.
Food must be prepared on site (unless purchased at a restaurant).
Breakfast should be served at 10 a.m., lunch at 12:00 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m. Brunch should be served at 10:30 a.m.
The House is equipped with a full kitchen, stocked with pots, pans, bakeware and utensils; dinnerware and silverware; and dishwashers.
Meals are served buffet style (we suggest bringing disposable aluminum trays for serving).
Dessert is optional, but always welcomed!
Groups must clean the kitchen and all utensils from cooking. Once the meal is set out and the kitchen is clean, you may stay to serve but it is not required. After your leave, our staff is prepared to clean up leftovers for families to enjoy later.
Prior to your group's first meal preparation, a representative of your group must schedule a tour of the facility; during the tour, the staff will review the rules and regulations of the House and the Meal Program.
Children under 18 years old must be accompanied by an adult. Please be aware that you may not always have the opportunity to interact with families, especially daytime meals, as the families may be at the hospital when your group is volunteering.