We are looking for volunteers to help regularly at our Wednesday food distribution. We are looking for volunteers who can lift heavy boxes, move and organize things, and interact with clients who come to the future. We are looking for individuals with positive attitudes along with a desire to help their community. We have three different shifts but can be flexible if those shifts do not comply with your schedule.
Thank you for your interest in helping at our food shelf. We serve a diverse urban population where at least 5 different languages are represented. Come experience the joy of serving our neighbors.
We also have opportunities to volunteer at our food shelf on Friday's and Saturday's! You can find our other listings on VolunteerMatch.
You will load carts, pack bags, and organize shelves. Come help us serve our neighborhood by giving groceries. We would love to have you join our team! Check out our website at https://sourcemn.org/
01:00 PM to 03:00 PM
03:00 PM to 05:00 PM
05:00 PM to 07:00 PM
NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
Through urban outreach and anti-trafficking efforts, Source empowers the at-risk and unreached to make a break from the past and build foundations for the future.
WHO WE SERVE
Urban poor, homeless youth, victims of prostitution and drug abuse-along with anti-mainstream individuals and emerging artists-all who are trying to overcome walls built by victimization and skepticism. SOURCE has been serving the at-risk and unreached since 1987 in one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the country.
URBAN OUTREACH a friend and a voice
To make a lasting impact, we serve physical, emotional and spiritual needs. That is why we follow a holistic approach of Hope and Opportunity. Our goal is to be a friend who serves people’s needs, along with a voice that communicates God’s love and forgiveness. Our food shelf, community meals and creative events allow us to make contact and build trust to speak Hope and then offer Opportunity for lasting life change through mentorship, transitional homes and life-skill programs.
ANTI-TRAFFICKING opportunities & empowerment
Empowering sex-trafficking victims to get out and not return to the past lifestyle is possible when recovery resources are available. Often accessibility to after-care and supportive community is missing after treatment. Through our Annex Network of prevention, outreach, recovery resources and transitional homes, we’ve established a model that allows partnerships with local organizations and congregations who desire to make an impact in their own backyard.
We'll work with your schedule.
This opportunity has 3 shifts