Totes of Hope Food Volunteer
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Volunteer for the Adams 12 Totes of Hope Program-This program helps to alleviate child hunger by providing nutritional support over the weekend and during school holidays to children who are either homeless or from low-income families facing food insecurity. They get a 9-10 lb. backpack which typically includes: breakfast items, fruit, vegetables, entrees and healthy snacks. Food Bank of the Rockies generously donates food for the backpacks. Children at a number of Adams 12 schools serving homeless children and children from low-income families will be helped. Volunteers will meet twice a month on Wednesday mornings between 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. to pack the backpacks. Location: Adams 12 Education Support Center at 1500 E. 128 th Ave. in Thornton. Several packing teams of 7-8 persons are needed to ensure that 1,750 backpacks are filled each session. Senior HUb's RSVP - SHOUT department is helping to coordinate volunteers. For more information and to volunteer contact Tom Rapp at 720-523-2820.
About Senior Hub RSVP - SHOUT (Senior Hub Outreach)
9025 Grant St Ste 150, Thornton, CO 80229, US
Senior Hub's RSVP - SHOUT (Senior Hub Outreach) helps people to find service opportunitities in their home communities that match their personal interests and utilize their skills and lifelong experiences. Participants serve from a few to over 40 hours a week in a wide variety of organizations.
The Senior Hub's programs are designed to engage older Americans in meaningful volunteer activities in their local communities, and to provide services which will allow them to remain independently in their homes for as long as possible.
We'll work with your schedule.
Adams 12 Education Support Center1500 E. 128th Ave.Thornton, CO 80241
- Crisis Intervention
- Child Welfare
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Background Check
- Must be at least 55
- Orientation or Training
- 2 hours on two Wednesday mornings per month