Fish & Loaves is a 501(c)3, client-choice, food pantry, "Ensuring No One Goes Hungry" in the communities they serve. Fish & Loaves is an all-volunteer organization. More than three hundred volunteers from area churches, community organizations, and businesses serve without compensation, apart from the pleasure and pride in knowing that they are making a difference in their local communities.
We are currently in need of a "Webmaster" to maintain Fish and Loaves website:
The ideal volunteer:
Must have good flexible computer skills.
Must be proficient at using the Internet and Web.
Must be proficient with computer operating systems such as Windows, MAC OS, or Chrome OS.
Must be proficient office suites such as Microsoft Office.
Must have a working knowledge of website design, development, and maintenance.
Must have a working knowledge of tools for web development and photo editing.
Must be able to use Weebly to maintain flcfp.org.
Must understand file types and web development languages.
Must have good interpersonal skills and able to work well with a team who may or may not have good interpersonal or technical skills.
Able to follow instructions.
Maintain high standards of quality.
Develop and maintain the Fish & Loaves Website, flcfp.org.
Develop and maintain social media presence, (Facebook, Twitter).
Fish & Loaves is a 501(c)3, client-choice, food pantry, "Ensuring No One Goes Hungry" in the communities they serve. It is a faith based, non-sectarian organization staffed by volunteers serving those in need regardless of religious beliefs. Located in a 12,000 square-foot facility, the pantry currently serves residents of seven adjacent communities--Allen Park, Brownstown Township, Dearborn Heights, Romulus, Southgate, Taylor, and Woodhaven.
Fish & Loaves Community Food Pantry was first launched by an ecumenical group of Taylor churches inspired by a miracle story from the gospels-Jesus feeding the multitudes with five barley loaves and two fish. Fish & Loaves’ own founding and growth has been miraculous. Some of the churches involved had their own emergency food pantries and others did not. However, they all united to ensure that families and individuals had access to more comprehensive and long-term food assistance in the face of tough times. The client-choice pantry is currently the largest facility of its kind in the Metro Detroit area and has become a model for other similar community initiatives in Macomb and Wayne Counties. Since its grand opening in 2008, Fish & Loaves has also hosted visitors from thirty different countries interested in learning how Metro Detroiters are responding to the needs created by a rapidly changing economy.
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Fish and Loaves Community Food Pantry25670 Northline RoadTaylor, MI48180