Food Donation Pickup Driver
The Salvation Army
Volunteer drivers arrive early each morning to pick up produce and baked goods from Publix on the beach. These donations are used to provide sweets and breads to our families through our Family Services program as well as supplying these goodies to the general public. The surplus is put in shopping carts in the lobby so that families can receive a sweet (depends on how much was picked up that day) and a bag of breads. Shifts available: Monday through Friday, 7:30 am - 12:00 am (may finish earlier) (You can come as early as 7:30)
Requirements: Heavy lifting, safe driving record, ability to follow directions, willingness to travel around Panama City, 18 years or older
About The Salvation Army
1824 W 15th Street, P.O. Box 540, Panama City, FL 32401, US
The Salvation Army, an international movement, is motivated by the love of God to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in His name without discrimination.
Point of need services provided by the Family Assistance Office includes emergency food and clothing distribution.
Individuals and families are provided with food and articles of clothing based on need and situation. Homeless individuals without the means to cook are given ready-made food. Clothing articles are distributed based on seasonal weather changes or life changes, such as the release of an individual from incarceration. Clients are interviewed to assess whether their need is chronic and referrals to other available programs of The Salvation Army or the community is indicated.
Family Assistance also provides qualified individuals and families assistance in securing permanent residence. Furniture and household goods are supplied as needed and available. The Salvation Army provides rent and utility assistance as a part of the case management process.