SoleCare for Souls-Foot Care (Nurses/Assistants)- 2nd Tuesday of each month
Medical Professionals and Assistants are needed:
We serve the 2nd Tuesday of each month.
We provide medical foot care, a listening ear, and kindness to those experiencing homelessness or who are marginalized for any reason. We help with foot fungus, warts, calluses, infections, cut-out ingrown toenails, trim nails, reduce corns and calluses, treat common foot disease.
We treat all people with the respect and dignity they so deserve!
Training is provided for new volunteers who do not have experience with nail care.
The assistants of SoleCare are essential in keeping the process running smoothly, helping our clients feel welcomed, comfortable, and valued; as well as other tasks in regard to assisting the providers. NO contact with feet is required.
About Good in the 'Hood
1630 E 90th St, Bloomington, MN 55425, US
Our Mission To influence, inspire and impact individuals, families and entire communities for good .
Good in the 'Hood is an urban-based, partnering organization committed to initiating and sustaining focused acts of kindness as a means of inspiring neighborhood decency and personal transformation. We believe that goodness and kindness are change-agent qualities and it is our firm conviction that urban renewal will take place when a focused and contagious momentum of kindness is made manifest. Our desire is to inspire individuals, families and entire neighborhoods to take responsibility and ownership for the growth, improvement and well-being of their personal lives and community. Through partnerships and kindness-based initiatives we believe the physical, emotional and spiritual climate of an entire community can be changed for good.
Opportunity Center740 East 17th StreetMinneapolis, MN 55404
July 16, 2021
- Veteran Care
- Must be at least 18
- We ask that a volunteer be available at least once every 4-6 weeks. Many choose to serve several times in a month, but that is a personal choice. When serving at a site please plan for the entire time.
- The providers must be a medical professional, with a current license (doctor, RN, physician assistant, nurse practitioner). Assistants- keep the process running smoothly, help our clients feel welcome and comfortable. No contact with feet required.