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Pathways of Hope

COVID has impacted the ability of many Orange County residents to acquire food. We provide free food to anyone on a walk up basis M-F between 1-4pm at our HUB of Hope.

We are seeking adult volunteers that are 18 and older who can help with food distribution (not hot meals). Tasks include contact-less client registration, moving food to check out door, handing out food bags and fresh produce, organizing food or basic hygiene supplies, breaking down boxes, general cleanup, Please fill out an online volunteer application to get registered at www.pohoc.org/volunteer. Volunteers must be able to bend and lift 20 lbs and wear closed toed shoes. Spanish speakers are appreciated, but not necessary.

We also run three Community College Food Banks at Fullerton College, Cypress College and NOCE College. If these times don't work for you. Search keyword "Pathways" and click the link to see all of our volunteering opportunities. Or fill out our online application at www.pohoc.org/volunteer and we will contact you to find a shift for you.

Pathways of Hope is a nonprofit organization that serves families and individuals throughout North Orange County. For 46 years Pathways of Hope has been providing food, shelter and support and prevention services to the hungry, homeless and marginalized through assistance of local congregations, volunteers, businesses and grants from foundations and government agencies.
The Pathways of Hope HUB of Hope offers emergency food and hygiene items to homeless and low-income families and individuals as well as a walk-up center for individuals and families seeking housing assistance.
To learn more about Pathways of Hope, please visit www.pohoc.org.

1 Shift

  • 12:30 PM to 04:30 PM
    M-F shifts. Volunteer will help with contactless pre packaged food distribution. Fill out a vol app at www.pohoc.org/volunteer
  • NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
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About Pathways of Hope

Location:

PO Box 6326, FULLERTON, CA 92834, US

Mission Statement

to provide access to food, shelter, and life skills training to those experiencing hunger and homelessness in North Orange County.

Description

Pathways of Hope is committed to rebuilding lives of the hungry and homeless in Orange County through Housing, Outreach, Prevention, and Engagement. Once a family or individual has become homeless, the path back to stability can be very challenging. Pathways of Hope offers several housing options to fit different situations, all with the goal of helping families and individuals re-gain permanent housing as quickly as possible. Pathways of Hope operates a resource center, the HUB of Hope, which offers emergency food and hygiene items to homeless and low-income families and individuals in Orange County. To register to volunteer please fill out a volunteer application available on our website at www.pohoc.org/volunteer or for more information about volunteer opportunities contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Ann Stoddard, at (714) 732-2092 or email astoddard@pohoc.org.

Community
Homeless & Housing
Hunger

WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.
This opportunity has 1 shift

WHERE

611 S. Ford AveFullerton, CA 92832

(33.86483,-117.93032)
 

SKILLS

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • We provide all training onsite but must first register with the Volunteer Coordinator and complete an online volunteer application at www.pohoc.org/volunteer. Please allow a few days to process.
  • Seeking volunteers over 18 who can lift 20 lbs, unvaccinated volunteers need to wear a mask, fill out the online volunteer application, sign a volunteer waiver, initial a COVID-19 checklist, wear closed-toed shoes, and bring drinking water.

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