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Covid Ain't Over! We Still need your support to please help feed hungry kids!

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ORGANIZATION: Women Who Care Ministries

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 71 people are interested
Food

Unfortunately, Covid-19 is not over and we continue to seek enthusiastic volunteers to help us prepare more than 2,500-weekend meals for low-income kids each week, a time when they don't have enough food in their homes for weekend consumption. As a volunteer, you may also help us load and unload our vans with food donated and purchased. We practice safe social distancing and provide masks, gloves, and sanitizer. The time shifts are catered to your availability. Each day, Tuesday through Thursday, we have volunteer opportunities, any 2-3 hour time shift between 11 am-5 pm. Please email us at wwcmvolunteers@yahoo.com and let us know what time slot you would like to work within the 11 am-5 pm time frame. Also, please include your phone number so we may readily set something up. Thank you for your support.

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About Women Who Care Ministries

Location:

19634 Club House Road Suite 325, Montgomery Village, MD 20886, US

Mission Statement

To restore men women and children to wholeness; so they may become stablilized and self-sufficient.

Description

Founded in 2001, we are a nonprofit organization established to restore men women and children to wholeness through several program areas: food pantries for families, a Helping Kids Eat Backpack Weekend Food program to ensure school-age children don't go hungry over the weekend, when free and reduced meals aren't being served; homeless and domestic violence assistance, re-entry programs for those incarcerated, life skills workshops for those entering the work force; mentoring groups for youth and assistance with substance abuse recovery.

CAUSE AREAS

Children & Youth
Disaster Relief
Hunger
Children & Youth, Disaster Relief, Hunger

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

19642 Club House RdSuite 620Montgomery Village, MD 20886

(39.17399,-77.20597)
 

SKILLS

  • Youth Services
  • Administrative Support
  • Food Delivery / Distribution
  • Food Service

GOOD FOR

  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 14
  • We ask that you commit to a 2 hour time slot
  • Willingness to wear a mask and wash hands and not have a cold or Covid-19. We provide gloves and sanitizer

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