Make healthy meals for those who are ill ( in Santa Rosa)
Ceres Community Project provides nourishing meals lovingly prepared by local teens and adult volunteers for people with serious illness like cancer.
We're looking for Adult Volunteers to join our Meal Production Team in Santa Rosa.
Meal Production: Prep & Cooking
Mondays - Thursdays 8:30AM-11:30AM & 11:30AM-2:30PM
Washing and chopping organic veggies for our week's menu. Requires the use of knives and repetitive wrist motions and stand for several hours. Cooking involves following and executing recipes under direction from staff chefs. Some cooking skills desired.
Meal Production: Bagging & Packing
Packaging involves placing portions of food into containers and sealing them. Meals then get bagged according to a list of required items on the client's letter for that week. For these tasks, organization and attention to detail will be important
Please reach to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, if you have questions, or apply here.
Volunteering at Ceres is a fun, rewarding and safe way to make sure those who are too ill to shop and cook for themselves are nourished and feel cared for. We deliver to clients in Marin and Sonoma counties, with kitchens in Novato, Santa Rosa and Sebastopol.
We can't wait to meet you!
Ceres Community Project
Located within the SAY Dream Center
2447 Summerfield Road
707 829 58 33 X 221
About Ceres Community Project
7351 Bodega Ave., SEBASTOPOL, CA 95472, US
What We Do: Ceres Community Project provides healing meals lovingly prepared by local teens and volunteer adult kitchen mentors for people with serious illnesses, including cancer. Ceres creates health for people, communities and the planet. Ceres has three program sites serving Marin and Sonoma counties. Who We Are: At Ceres Community Project, our goal is to restore whole foods to their place as the primary foundation for long-term health, and to build the networks of relationship among all members of our community that support happier and healthier lives. What We Do:Food as MedicineTeen EmpowermentCommunity EducationNational Education
Ceres Community Project began in a church kitchen in March 2007 with a simple idea: teach teens about cooking and eating healthy food by having them serve as volunteer chefs preparing nourishing meals for people dealing with cancer. Over the past 14 years we've learned that the benefits for both teens and the clients they cook for are profound and long-lasting. Today, Ceres operates two kitchens in Sonoma County and one third in neighboring Marin, all in California. Ceres mission is to build healthy communities by restoring whole, local and organic food to its place as the foundation of health, and by creating heart-centered ways for people to connect themselves, others and the earth.
Santa Rosa, CA 95405
September 14, 2021