Who do we partner with?

We work with local faith-based non-profits who provide great opportunities for our talented ServeHere interns to plug-in, make an impact and learn a lot in the process. The right partners have defined projects that benefit from the energy, passion and skills that our students bring with them each day. We also look for partners who will assign a committed leader to provide supervision to their assigned intern.

What do these partners get in return? Access to incredibly capable, Christ-following college students who can make a big impact on your ministry efforts. ServeHere works with academic and ministry organizations at universities to find high-potential students who excel in the classroom and have committed to pouring themselves out for others. These students work with a dedicated ServeHere mentor to accelerate their marketplace and spiritual development throughout the course of the internship. ServeHere raises support to pay a stipend to students in our program.

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Recent Partners

Mission Possible

Mission Possible has helped transform one of East Austin’s most challenging neighborhoods through a myriad of programs that target youth, the community at-large and the homeless. For more than 20 years, Mission Possible has been an inner-city ministry innovator and beacon of light and hope for under-resourced people in our city.

mobile loaves and fishes

Mobile Loaves and Fishes empowers communities into a lifestyle of service with the homeless, encouraging our brothers and sisters on the street to live an abundant and dignity-filled life. Through several groundbreaking ministries, Mobile Loaves and Fishes approaches the homeless with opportunities to live in community, produce an income and receive meals.

Side by Side Kids

Side By Side Kids is a faith-based after-school program for kids in East Austin. By encouraging, equipping, and empowering kids from kindergarten to fifth grade, Side By Side teaches these children to make wise decisions, to excel in school, and to grow in their faith with God.

Water to Thrive

Water to Thrive impacts communities across Ethiopia, Uganda and Tanzania with the life-giving gift of clear water. Starting from a small but faithful Austin bible study, Water to Thrive emerged and has now funded more than 800 well projects impacting daily life and health for 4000,ooo East African villagers.


RBI Austin engages and develops inner city youth athletically, academically and spiritually. Affiliated with Major League Baseball’s Reviving Baseball in Inner-Cities program, RBI Austin is making it’s own mark on the lives of boys and girls through mentorship programs, baseball and softball leagues and after school programs.


Chicon Pregnancy Resource Center

The Chicon Pregnancy Resource Center, located in the heart of East Austin,  provides a supportive God-centered environment that offers mentorships to moms, free pregnancy tests, adoption referrals, life-skills classes and material services from their adorable Baby Boutique.  CPRC helps their clients get the support they need during their pregnancy and when they face the joys and challenges of raising their child.



Makarios is dedicated to meeting the spiritual, physical, emotional, and intellectual needs of impoverished people in the Dominican Republic through Christ-centered, sustainable education and outreach programs. Makarios is headquartered in Austin but most of its ministry staff are on the ground in the DR.


Ministry Partner

Nineveh Ministries works alongside kids while they are in juvenile detention. This unique ministry helps individuals find purpose, personal growth, and most importantly, the life changing reality of Jesus Christ. Not only does Nineveh reach out to these kids in juvenile detention, but they give them a mentor, offer training for a career, and find a Christian community for them to be plugged into for the future.


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Texas Reach Out provides Christian men and women leaving the criminal justice system with safe housing, spiritual guidance, employment assistance, social skills, and support while reintegrating into society. Through these five services, formerly incarcerated men and women become productive citizens walking in the fullness of life with Christ.


get up project

Get Up Project provides vital healthcare and advocacy services for Austin’s growing refugee population. Thousands of people from the Middle East and Indian sub-continent have been relocated to Austin after fleeing political or religious persecution in their home countries. Get Up Project provides refugees with high quality medical and dental clinics tailored to their needs.

archibald project

The Archibald Project advances the cause of orphan care and adoption through a media-based ministry that tells the story of adoptive families, orphaned children, and caregivers around the world. Based in Austin, The Archibald project tells beautiful, personal stories of orphan care in an inspiring yet approachable way that encourages viewers to to consider how God may be calling them to be involved in the life of a child.


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Hope4Minds enriches the lives of children who have acquired brain injury from traumatic events like non-fatal drownings, lightning strikes, accidents and abuse. This non-profit provides hope and improves the quality of life for children and their families through financial assistance, support groups and education.