Topeka Family Support Center has played a significant role in the community, providing a safety net for people of all faiths who are trying to make ends meet. Services include meeting the immediate, basic survival needs of families with low-incomes so they have enough food to prevent going to bed hungry; rent money to avoid eviction and homelessness; water to bathe in or prepare food; electricity to run a refrigerator and lights; and gas to heat their homes and cook. Once the urgent needs are met, our case managers help those we serve identify long-term solutions that lead to self-sufficiency. Volunteers are needed throughout the week to assist in the food pantry and/or at the front desk. Volunteer tasks include checking families in, recording services, assisting shoppers select groceries, stock shelves, sort food and more. Specific shifts are available. Weekly commitment preferred.
If interested, please contact Cari Olberding at 913.433.2014 or email@example.com.