405 Center
725 W. Reno Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK 73102
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We convene, train, equip, and deploy people together to see change in our city.


In Oklahoma, there are over 12,000 kids under the age of 18 in OKDHS custody.


In Oklahoma City, there are 5,200-6,500 homeless men, women and children.


Oklahoma ranks second in teen pregnancy and infant mortality.

Our city needs you now, join us together for the city

405 Center maximizes and catalyzes individual, community and city restoration efforts.

Featured Opportunities

Food Service Volunteer

City Rescue Mission provides solution-based ministry to the homeless and near homeless in the Oklahoma City metro. Food Service Volunteers work side-by-side with clients preparing, serving, and cleaning up during one of our meal times at either the men’s center or women’s center. See Follow-up email for sign-up …

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Volunteer Leader

YoungLife OKC makes a difference in the lives of kids through building relationships and showing Christ's love. The purpose of the Volunteer Leader is to present the Gospel of Jesus Christ incarnationally to teenagers that they may be able to know and respond to Him. Volunteer Leaders will …

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Reception Assistant

The Day Shelter provides services to an average of 350 guests per day, including meals, showers, telephones, computers, and a variety of services from community agencies. Volunteers help at the front desk by distributing mail and first aid items, answering the phones, cleaning lockers, and checking in people. Guests check-in …

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Volunteers are essential to City Rescue Mission’s holistic solutions to homelessness. God is making a difference in the lost and hurting in OKC through the many caring neighbors who give of their time each month.

City Rescue Mission

Teaching and serving the children at the City Rescue Mission has been a complete blessing from the Lord.  We have a great time every Thursday night with the kids learning about the Word of God through crafts, science projects, and games. Our team has been able to provide a sense of stability for the kids in a time of uncertainty. Spending time with the kids at the mission has allowed us to build deep friendships and community with their mothers as well. The strength and resiliency that these women have in the face of adversity is a constant inspiration. I am so thankful for the opportunity to walk beside these families as the Lord moves and works in their lives.

Lauren~ City Rescue Volunteer

“I love being a part of Serve Moore because it’s more than a project, it’s a life changing relationship to both parties. Its just volunteers who love people and want to give what they have to restore their community. I love a story of regular people empowered to to extraordinary things, together. (fist bump emoji) We’re so much better together!”

Lori~ Serve Moore Volunteer