Intercultural Senior Center
Pantry assistants help sort donations, organize the pantry and freezer areas, and organize fresh produce-tasks vary day by day and ISC’s Food Pantry Coordinator will provide direction. These shifts are on weekday afternoons, up to three people can volunteer at the same time, and face masks are required in the building.
Please note that shift times are flexible; a one-hour shift can be scheduled any time between noon and 4:00pm.
About Intercultural Senior Center
5545 Center Street, OMAHA, NE 68106, US
Our mission is to improve the dignity, quality of life and physical well-being of seniors from around the world through advocacy, education, access to social services, and cultural enrichment activities that benefit the entire community. We envision an Omaha that values the wisdom and experience of our diverse elders and creates opportunities for them to embrace and enhance their community.
The Intercultural Senior Center provides important programs and services to Omaha's diverse elder population, Monday through Friday from 9 am to 2 pm. Our guests come from 25 countries around the globe, and with the help of staff interpreters, they attend regular classes on basic literacy, ESL, basic computer skills, and U.S. citizen. In addition we also offer group exercise classes, door-to-door transportation, nutritious meals, a foot care clinic, regular blood pressure and diabetes checks, cultural art and dance, a monthly food pantry, and social services to help navigate the many challenges of aging.