2016-Labor of Love, Waxahachie, Texas

Completing the ‘Honey do list’ for women with no ‘honey-doers’ was the inspiration behind this mini-Labor of Love.  Dispatched in teams around town, they hung lights, mended fences, and saw to other to do list items at several homes.  Meanwhile, other teams met at the First Look pregnancy resource center to stuff envelopes and clean up….

2013-Labor of Love, Salt Lake City, Utah

In July 2013, dozens of Labor of Love volunteers descended on Utah to complete five Labors of Love! Our largest projects were to give a facelift and some much needed maintenance to the homes of two women, each unable to care for their property, but busy caring for generations of their own families. For Blanche,…

2013-Labor of Love at Man in the Moon

Sometimes, Labor of Love volunteers piggy-back our service efforts with other events that interest members of the group. This was the case for the Utah event, where most stayed on for July 4-7 events in Salt Lake City for Man in the Moon, where we attended seminars, had an opportunity to take in some amazing…

Giving the Right of Way in Life

Labor of Love volunteers are a diverse bunch in many ways, but share in common a belief in a set of guiding principles, put into action.  We have an expansive view of who our neighbors are, and invite any willing to share our guiding principles to join us in healing our nation, one individual at a time…

2013-Labor of Love Branson, Missouri

Labor of Love Branson (September 2013) gave volunteers an opportunity to gather and help parents of a recently returned from active duty Marine ready a home for his new bride.   We painted master bedroom walls and baseboard trim.  New sheetrock was applied in the kitchen and another bedroom, in addition to presenting a handmade patriotic…

2012-Labor of Love Dallas, TX @Restoring Love

During the hot Texas summer of 2012, Labor of Love volunteers joined with thousands of others in the Dallas Fort Worth area in a Day of Service, where groups small and large completed hundreds of projects in a single day. Our group, Red Bus A style, decided to do a little extra. Ahead of the…

Labor of Love People are EVERYWHERE!

We recently surveyed Labor of Love’s active members to find out where we are around the country.  Check out these results! If you see your city, or somewhere near you – get connected!  Get active in volunteering in your community! If you do NOT see your city – get connected!  Invite a friend and your…

2011-Red Bus A in Israel

Where it all began for Labor of Love. 36 strangers board a tour bus with a red placard in the window – August 2011.  They are a few of more than 2,000 Americans visiting the Holy Land to show solidarity with the Israeli people, to ‘Stand with Courage’ at the invitation of media entrepreneur Glenn Beck…

How do I connect with Labor of Love?

Most of the inquiries we receive from people who hear about Labor of Love relate to how to get involved.  I have 3 suggestions in answer to that question. Find out what Labor of Love is, by reading our Guiding Principles.  You will sometimes see the abbreviation ‘LoL’ instead of the full name.  Yes, Labor…

Labor of Love Guiding Principles

We are a group of individuals — all ages, circumstances, and from locations throughout the country. We take seriously our  opportunity and responsibility to stand together and serve our neighbors, person to person, unencumbered by affiliation with a particular church or other organization. By our service, we lift others in both their circumstance and their spirit. At the…

2015-Labor of Love, Nashville

  Repair entrance porch/stairs for elderly disabled woman, haul several trailers of trash/discarded items, paint entire home interior; replace postal shed & help build raised garden beds for apartment complex – Project Connect Nashville – assisting cities near homeless