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Phone Intake Volunteered Needed (18+)!

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VEAP- Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People

Are you looking for ways to serve your community? Our Phone Intake volunteers play a vital role in our organization by ensuring visitors have access to our services and can schedule an appointment time that works for them. In response to COVID-19, VEAP has created a new service delivery model that ensures the health and safety of all. Our opportunities comply with current public health guidelines, don’t require experience, and are of course fun!

Open Opportunities (Ages 18+):

  • Assist and schedule visitors for food pantry appointments.
In this role you will learn new skills, make a difference by helping others, and gain insight into how food and housing insecurity affects your community.

All volunteers ages 18 and older must complete a criminal background check prior to volunteering.


Shifts are on-site at VEAP and are typically three hours in length and begin every weekday at 9:00 a.m. and 12:45 p.m.

Get started today!
Fill out our Volunteer Interest Form at http://veap.org/become-a-volunteer/ or for more information contact our volunteer department at volunteerdept@veap.org or 952.955.8323

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About VEAP- Volunteers Enlisted to Assist People

Location:

9600 Aldrich Avenue S, Bloomington, MN 55420, US

Mission Statement

Together, we create pathways to stronger, more hopeful, communities through access to healthy food, housing stability and supportive services.

Description

VEAP is a basic needs and social services organization whose programs promote access to healthy foods, stable housing and transportation. VEAP’s programs are designed to address a particular need and when used together provide hope and can help avoid a financial crisis such as loss of housing, transportation or employment. Whether the hardship is from a disability, job transition, or the financial and physical stresses of aging, VEAP has been helping our neighbors in need for over 40 years in Bloomington, Richfield, and Edina.

Community
Crisis Support
Hunger

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

9600 Aldrich Avenue SouthBloomington, MN 55420

(44.82944,-93.29059)
 

SKILLS

  • Customer Service
  • Basic Computer Skills
  • Office Reception
  • People Skills

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • 3.5 hours weekly or every other week

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