SORT: Warehouse Warriors
Support The Enlisted Project (STEP)
You can directly support members of the military and their families by volunteering in the STEP warehouse. The STEP warehouse is a storefront of new and gently used items donated by the Southern California community. The warehouse is open to all eligible clients to browse and take what they need: clothes, bedding, home goods, and critical baby items - diapers, wipes, car seats (new), etc. The warehouse is designed to support their mission of building financial self-sufficiency and reducing financial hardship by increasing financial literacy, and alleviate some monthly expenses. Currently, STEP is gearing up for their Holiday Distribution so volunteers will help by sorting, inventorying and organizing gifts for their military families. Come help them share the joy! Project Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Comfortable clothing you don't mind getting dirty, dress in layers. Closed-toe shoes are required. Bring: Reusable water bottle. Physical Ability: Volunteers should be comfortable with bending, standing, and able to lift up to 20 lbs. Safety: STEP will be following all CDC and local guidelines for social distancing to ensure volunteers, families, and staff stay healthy and safe. Masks and/or face coverings are required for all volunteer events. They will take your temperature at the office entrance and will have hand sanitizer available for you. About Support the Enlisted Project (STEP) STEP assists junior active duty enlisted members and recently discharged enlisted Veterans and their families in Southern California facing financial crisis achieve long-term financial self-sufficiency through counseling, education and grants to alleviate critical near term obligations.
Available spots are approximations
Wed Nov 18, 2020
09:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Spots available: 5
About Support The Enlisted Project (STEP)
9915 Businesspark Ave, Suite A, SAN DIEGO, CA 92131, US
STEP assists junior active duty enlisted members and recently discharged enlisted veterans and their families in Southern California facing financial crisis achieve long term financial self-sufficiency through counseling, educations and grants to alleviate critical near term obligations.
Volunteers are implemented in every part of the nonprofit, and is vital to reach our mission of supporting these military families. We need consistent help with sorting donated items, as well as administrative and holiday program support.