Enhance the quality of life for our clients by demonstrating concern, support and providing resources to help ease their stress and maintain their dignity. Answer phones, welcome clients and schedule appointments. Assist with office tasks/projects as needed Shop with clients and provide them with materials and resource referrals Pick-up, sort and record incoming donation, assist with deliveries. Stock shelves, organize, clean food shelf as needed. Be willing to help in any way you are able.
All you need is a desire to make a difference in the community. Good communication and interpersonal skills, w illingness to assist and support our clients in a friendly and compassionate manner.
One (1) three hour shift weekly, or as determined by the Food Shelf Coordinator and volunteer. Attend occassional meetings and required training. An initial commitment of 6 months is desired, if possible.
Benefits? Making a meaningful contribution to fulfilling the mission and work of Family Pathways in your community. Develop friendships, meet new people, have fun while serving your community. Training & ongoing hunger relief educational opportunities.
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Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 15