Servolution 2018 is coming Saturday, September 29 from 7:30 am to 1:00 pm!
Servolution is our annual church-wide event to serve our community by showing God’s love in practical ways. We believe that people matter to God, so every person matters to us. This is an awesome opportunity to use your gifts to help make a difference in our Tucson and surrounding communities.
Sign up to be a part of Servolution 2018!
- READY TO VOLUNTEER?
Click here to volunteer for Servolution 2018.
- MEDICAL RELEASE FORM
Due to the physical labor for some projects, all volunteers will need to complete a Medical Release Form. This will assist our Campus Project Leaders in the event of an emergency.
Click here to complete the form online.
Questions and Answers
Below are a list of frequently asked questions regarding Servolution. For further information, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Will there be Servolution projects available for those not in a group?
Each campus will have a Campus Project that anyone can participate in.There will be something for everyone to do at each campus project. Bring your family, coworkers and friends to participate with you.
- Are we able to donate resources to a Servolution project?
If you have resources you wish to donate to a Servolution project, you can let us know via email at email@example.com. Victory Worship Center is not reimbursing travel expenses to volunteers.
- What should I bring to the Campus Project site?
Plan on bringing any personal items you may need like: sunscreen, drinking water, tennis shoes, a hat, snacks, etc., along with any items pertaining to your service project such as rakes, gloves, lawnmowers, tarps, work tools, etc. Volunteers are highly encouraged to write their names on any personal items that are used for a service project.
For projects requiring physical labor, work clothes are a good idea. We recommend not wearing jewelry. Please wear your SERVOLUTION t-shirt to your Campus Project Site along with comfortable shoes and loose clothing.
- Who should I report to at the Campus Project location?
Each campus will have a check-in station where you report to when you first arrive. Every site will also have a Campus Pastor, Project Coordinator and Site Leaders that can report throughout the project. They will be wearing Heather Grey t-shirts for this year.
- What if I am injured or need medical attention at the Campus Project location?
We ask that all injuries be reported to a Site Leader at your campus project. They will walk you over to our First Aid Station that will be at each site for any care that you may need from a member of our Safety Team.
- What if it rains?
If you have an outside project for your Campus, make plans to bring a jacket, hat, etc. for inclement weather. Also, check with your Campus Pastor/Project Leader for further instructions on other projects that may be planned in case of inclement weather on Servolution Day.
- Will transportation to the Campus Projects be provided?
We encourage volunteers to carpool or secure other transportation to their Campus Project location. Victory Worship Center will not be providing transportation.
NOTE: there are some Project Locations that will have limited parking. Please contact your Campus Pastor for instructions on where to park for that day.
- Will childcare be provided?
There will not be any childcare. However, our Cool Water Kids team will have a project at the Ruthrauff Campus for children 5-12 years of age only. Parents are\ encouraged to drop their children here for this event while they are working at a Campus Project Location.
2018 Campus Projects
All campuses will have a Campus Project that you can volunteer to be a part of. Volunteers are asked to arrive by 7:30am to your chosen project location.
Campus Projects will start at 8am or 8:30 am. Stop by the Servolution Table at each campus location for specific details and for more information.
- RUTHRAUFF CAMPUS
Volunteers will be serving at Laguna Elementary School and Centennial Elementary School.
Cool Water Kids is also hosting a special project for children ages 5-12 years old. Parents are encouraged to drop their kids here to participate in this project while they serve at a Campus Project location.
- ORO VALLEY CAMPUS
Volunteers will be serving at Coronado Elementary School.
- VICTORY ESPAÑOL
Volunteers will be serving at Lulu Walker Elementary School.
- SOUTH CAMPUS
Volunteers will be serving at Mary Belle McCorkle Academy.