10 people are interested
Butcher, Baker & Candlestick Maker
10 people are interested
Recently retired, looking for a way to keep yourself busy while doing rewarding tasks? We've got the answer - become a member of our extremely talented volunteer team. We have it all, every personality type, diverse backgrounds and previous professional careers and experiences all uniting with a shared goal of helping others who are less fortunate.
How often can you say to yourself "WOW, I really made a positive difference in someone's life today!" That's our specialty here and we're seeking new motivated, high energy, intelligent volunteers to join our group and make us even stronger. Just think what we'll be able to accomplish together! The sky is the limit. Contact us today and be a part of the greatest group of people you would ever imagine.
We have volunteer teams that work in the mornings from 8 until 11:45, or in the afternoons from 12 Noon until 3:45. Some enjoy volunteering for a full day once a week, others travel quite a bit, so they volunteer when it works for them, it's totally up to you and your own personal schedule.
Give us a call and let us make you feel like a million bucks each day! 360.687.5007 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
About North County Community Food Bank
17 NE 3rd Ave, PO Box 2106, BATTLE GROUND, WA 98604, US
Creating a community where no one goes hungry with compassion, education, and community partnerships to build stronger lives.
The North County Community Food Bank is involved with distributing emergency food supplies to low income families. We assist clients shop the pantry two times per week, perform stocking and inventory, rotation of items in stock, cleaning, donation pickups from area businesses and private citizens throughout the area.
Fundraising activities are coordinated throughout the year to help fund the organization's major expense purchasing food supplies. Grants, estate gifts and donations are regularly being sought. The NCCFoodBank is focused on finding a larger building or property on which a new facility can be established. This facility would provide onsite space to hold the educational programming currently offered as well as additional classes being offered evenings and weekends. Basic life skills topics addressed for our clients includes: financial planning and management, budgeting, resume writing, job skills, interviewing and many other life skills topics. In addition, the organization partners with the others to offer courses in which our clients can learn how to cook healthier meals, stretch their grocery dollars, plan their weekly menus, grow their own fresh produce, and much more.
17 NE 3rd AveneBattle Ground, WA 98604
August 20, 2021
- Customer Service
- Problem Solving
- Donor Management
- Data Entry
- Community Outreach
- People 55+
- Driver's License Needed
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- 3.5 hour shifts
- Dependable, trustworty, outstanding interpersonal skills, self-motivated, team player and passionate about helping others