Pantry Worker

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Helping Hands of Paulding

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Pantry workers are responsible for unloading donations and stocking the pantry shelves. They are also responsible for bagging groceries for families and keeping the designated shelves stocked with small, medium, and large orders. In addition they are asked to keep the shelves organized and clean.

When a client order is announced, pantry workers load the orders for the isle they are working onto a grocery cart. The entire order is weighed prior to distribution to the client. Pantry workers may also be asked to take the groceries outside where the client will be waiting.

There is a morning devotional each morning that you are free to attend but it is not mandatory. We work in a very relaxed atmosphere and enjoy ourselves.

The physical demands can be mildly strenuous but you are never asked to work outside your comfort zone and should let the pantry manager know of any limitations you may have. We are happy to work with you.

We are open Monday -Friday 10:00am - 1:30pm

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About Helping Hands of Paulding

Location:

228 West Spring Street, DALLAS, GA 30132, US

Mission Statement

Paulding County Helping Hands is a non-profit Christian organization uniting the community to actively fulfill God’s plan by assisting our neighbors in need. Helping Hands is working to foster a caring atmosphere for anyone experiencing temporary or emergency struggles due to a crisis situation. It is our desire that God’s love reaches out through Helping Hands to server those that have fallen through the cracks and assist with immediate needs while respecting the individual dignity.

Description

A Non-Profit Organization founded in 1987 by five local churches (Dallas 1st Baptist, Dallas 1st UMC, New Canaan Baptist, New Hope Baptist, and Poplar Springs Baptist) who formed a partnership to battle the effects of poverty and hunger... from these humble beginnings we have grown into a multi-faceted agency assisting our neighbors of low-income with their basic needs... Helping Hands of Paulding County GA is a vital coalition of churches, businesses, civic groups, and caring individuals representing community partnership at its very best. We are open Monday-Friday 10am - 1:30pm.

Community
Faith-Based
Hunger

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

228 West Spring StreetDallas, GA 30132

(33.92246,-84.84209)
 

SKILLS

  • Multi-Tasking
  • Organization
  • People Skills

GOOD FOR

N/A

REQUIREMENTS

  • Orientation or Training
  • What ever you are comfortable with.

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