We need a volunteer who will deliver food from the food pantry in Manhassett, NY, Town of Oyster Bay, and Rockville Center NY for a woman who is going through treatment for breast cancer and is not able to work and is in need of food for her/his family. This pick up is on Tuesday afternoon in Manhasset, Friday late morning into early afternoon in Town of Oyster Bay and Rockville center 9am to 11am pick up on Saturday.
We have more patients with breast cancer who are located in Queens and Nassau County who are in need of food. Therefore, Rocking the Road for a Cure needs more volunteers to meet the needs of these patients. As we expand and have more patients in need our pantry pick up destinations can expand into other areas.
I would appreciate it if there are volunteers who can assist us with this program. If you can't do every week perhaps volunteers can alternate weeks. Please contact Dawn Frey at 646-244-3034 or 516-417-1911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rocking The Road for a Cure, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) grassroots organization Our mission is to restore the strength, confidence, and physical and emotional well-being of patients coping with the challenges of breast cancer. We proudly offer free in-home health and wellness services, provided by licensed professionals, to patients undergoing breast cancer treatment in Queens and Long Island, New York.
Rocking the Road for a Cure provides free in-home wellness and support services to women and men going through the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. We offer many different services to help to alleviate stress and give the client the strength needed to get through this challenging time in their lives. Some of the services we offer are Nurse/Case Management, Counseling, Yoga, Meditation, Reiki, Nutritional Consultations, Beauty Care (wigs, bras, prosthesis), Lymphedema sleeves, Massage, housekeeping, transportation, food cards, pharmacy gift cards, essential PPE packages, Post Operative bags, food delivery from pantries, and so much more. We understand that everyone will have a different experience going through the treatment of breast cancer and we make our services specific to the clients' needs. Our goal is to assist as many breast cancer clients as possible and provide them with the educational tools to help them with coping during and after their treatment to help maintain their quality of life. We have been servicing thousands of people since 2008. We receive referrals from NYU/Winthrop, Adelphi Cancer Center, Nassue Community Hospital, Full Circle Physical Therapy, OSIA, Northwell Health and many more.
Delivery of food would be once a week either on Tuesday, Friday, or Saturday depending on the location of the patients. You can alternate the week with another volunteer so if you couldn't commit to every week perhaps every other week.
You must be good at following directions, be responsible and compassionate, fill out a volunteer application, come to interview/orientation. Will need a copy of drivers license, student ID if attending HS/College, 2 letters of recommendation