The Compassion Response Team

Compassion to the Rescue

The Compassion Response Team is an umbrella group for self governing teams of highly dedicated volunteers. These teams tackle deep, difference-making tasks. They decide for themselves which tasks they will take on according to their skills and motivations. It could be anything from needed household goods for the safe houses to safely aiding the police to effect rescue to meeting and caring directly for survivors. Some groups require application, all of them require self-motivated dedication, getting along with fellow team members, and carrying responsibility with no financial payment. Our payment is to do the will of Him who sent us and the satisfaction of helping people heal and free themselves. An initial period of self study with testing is required. They usually meet weekly (but often by video conferencing which can be done at home). Currently, we only have one group and it is in experimental stage so it is not accepting volunteers until fall of 2015 or so. To start a group read below.


START A GROUP OR HELP LEAD AN EXISTING GROUP To group leader types who have a specific vision to accomplish we provide: the wisdom of the rest of the movement, connections to vital organizations, cash for expenses (in the future), a flow of dedicated volunteers that we will recruit from those who kindly come to stuff envelopes.. Then, we try to be as hands off as possible letting the individual team leaders make their own decisions. Join with your vision of what you want to do and lead the group with structural help from us. Easier than building a group all by yourself. Ideas for groups can be found at: in the “groups” section. For more information please click here to contact us. Include your phone number and when you can best be reached. To get a list of current groups to join please include references with phone numbers and “like” our facebook page at: Compassion to the Rescue These groups are only for those who are up for being vetted. The security of the survivors is a major concern.