A delivery driver volunteers to deliver food boxes or emergency ready to heat meals to "high risk" families and individuals. "High risk" means the food recipient is home bound, for any number of reasons, and unable to secure the food they need. Volunteers assist in these ways:
Picking up food boxes from Liberty Church Birmingham and delivering to assigned addresses
Picking up emergency meals and delivering to assigned addresses
Encouraging the person who receives the food through a phone call or text
Grace Klein Community seeks to create authentic community (Koinonia) by uniting diverse individuals, businesses, ministries, and churches to work together by sharing what they have in order to meet physical and spiritual needs both locally and globally. Grace Klein Community exists as an educational and charitable 501(c)3 non-profit providing relief to the poor, the distressed and the underprivileged, lessening community tensions, eliminating prejudice and discrimination and combating community deterioration and juvenile delinquency.
Grace Klein Community has existed on some level for nearly a decade. We began with a food delivery program that has the unique attribute of focusing on relationships and the idea that "we all have a need, we all have something to give." Our current day to day operations focus on our food rescue and clothing closet. We have a very small space and are growing at a rapid pace so volunteers are needed for everything from administrative duty, general cleanup and delivery truck driving.