15 people are interested
Food Pantry Distribution
ORGANIZATION: South Louisville Community Ministries
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15 people are interested
We need volunteers to help us distribute food from our food pantry every Tuesday! Food pantry clients have specific appointment times to pick up their food. When they arrive, they call to let us know they're here, and volunteers bring the food out to them. Volunteers will sign clients in (check their ID and their appointment times), bag up frozen & refrigerated items, and transport the food orders out to the clients' cars. May need to be able to lift up to 40lbs.
- morning / 09:00 AM to 11:45 AM
- afternoon / 12:30 PM to 03:30 PM
- NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
About South Louisville Community Ministries
415 1/2 W Ashland, Louisville, KY 40214, US
SLCM Mission: To empower our neighbors in crisis to move toward stability and self-sufficiency. We do this by demonstrating respectful compassion; practicing faithful stewardship; and providing: emergency assistance with food, medicine, housing and utilities, comprehensive referral services and partnerships (individual, family and marriage counseling), daily enrichment services for senior adults
South Louisville Community Ministries (SLCM) has a long history of service to families in the south end of Louisville. We were founded in 1975 by the churches in the area. We began in a small church office and have since expanded with programs that programs that range from a Food Pantry to Emergency Financial Assistance and from Medication Assistance to Meals on Wheels.
Our service area is an area rich in diversity that encompasses all of zip codes 40214, 40215, and 40209, and those families in 40208 who live south of Eastern Parkway. (With the exception of our food pantry which assists families in those zip codes that reside east of Taylor Blvd./New Cut Road only.) Within our boundaries you will find both Churchill Downs and an abundance of Section 8 housing, a vast array of ethnic restaurants and large number of seniors living on fixed-incomes. Here you will discover the beauty of Iroquois Park and the second highest poverty rate in the city (29.1%, double the national average). We serve approximately 2,000 men, women, and children every month, often with multiple and on-going services.
415 1/2 W Ashland AveLouisvilleLouisville, KY 40214
July 25, 2022
- Food Delivery / Distribution
- Community Outreach
- Cross-cultural Communication
- People Skills
- Verbal / Written Communication
- People 55+
- Orientation or Training
- There is a morning and an afternoon shift; each shift is about 2 hours long.