Kitchen Volunteers - Harbor Light Freedom Center
The Salvation Army Metro Chicago
Kitchen Volunteers are needed to prepare bagged lunches at Harbor Light Freedom Center. These lunches will later be distributed by the mobile outreach unit to those who are experiencing homelessness in Chicago.
- 18 years or older
- Passion for helping
- Experience handling food preferred, but not required
- Professional, organized and reliable
- Compassionate and enjoys working with diverse populations
- Pass initial screening process
- Bring your own mask to wear during the activity
- A temperature check and questionnaire will be completed at the beginning of your shift.
Alcohol, drugs and smoking are not permitted at any Salvation Army facilities.
Clothing must be respectful as you will be representing The Salvation Army.
*Off Street Parking is available*
To sign up today, reach out to Mimi Hristova email@example.com or (312)667-2256 or to Aida Montanez at firstname.lastname@example.org or (312)667-2248.
Thank you again for your interest in volunteering with The Salvation Army!
01:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Monday - Friday
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About The Salvation Army Metro Chicago
5040 N. Pulaski, Volunteer Resource Department, Chicago, IL 60630, US
The mission of The Salvation Army is to meet human needs wherever they may be, without discrimination.
The Salvation Army is serving more people in need and delivering the broadest array of services than any other not-for-profit organization in Chicagoland. The Salvation Army is making an impact every day in three key areas of critical importance and concern to people across Chicagoland -- Homelessness, Violence and Education. And, The Salvation Army is delivering the most critical services -- food, shelter, emergency assistance and disaster relief.
In communities throughout Chicago and the surrounding five-county area, we extend emergency and supportive assistance from 28 corps community centers, 80 service extension units, the Emergency Disaster Services Center, residential programs, mobile units, and several counseling sites.