5 people are interested
Pantry Volunteer Helper
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5 people are interested
COVID is yet a real and present threat around the world. It has impacted every community. Families experiencing food shortages can visit our pantry to receive emergency food. We encourage the wearing of masks, social distancing, and monitor the body temperatures of staff and visitors; to help decrease the presence of COVID.
MCRC is seeking 2 - 4 individuals to help manage the operation of the Food Pantry at our main office (1130 Troup Ave., KCK).
The pantry operates two days a week on Tuesday and Thursday during the hours of 10:00am to 2:00pm.
Food Pantry Duties: Record refrigerator/freezer temperatures, monitor food expiration dates, lead clients through the intake & food receiving process; restock shelves
It is an excellent opportunity for anyone desiring to also volunteer on a regular basis.
09:45 AM to 11:45 AM
Tuesday / Thursday: Intake clients seeking assistance with emergency food on pantry days..
12:00 PM to 02:00 PM
Tuesday / Thursday: Intake clients seeking assistance with emergency food on pantry days.
- NONE OF THESE TIMES WORK FOR ME, BUT I CAN STILL HELP
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Mt. Carmel Redevelopment Corporation
1130 Troup Avenue, Kansas City, KS 66104, US
To improve the quality of life for residents of Northeast Wyandotte County through community revitalization and economic development
Mount Carmel Redevelopment Corporation (MCRC) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) community development corporation. The organization has taken as its mission field the restructuring of the urban core of northeast Kansas City, Kansas. Historically, blight, deteriorating infrastructures, abandoned housing, high crime rates, and declining population is what residents of the Mount Carmel neighborhood experience every day. The organization affirms its belief that every person is entitled to the fulfillment of their basic human needs such as food, clothing, shelter, and an adequate quality of life. This belief is central to the programs and services MCRC provides which includes building and managing transitional housing units, and low-moderate income housing units for seniors. MCRC also manages the Willhelmina Gill Center, which provides case management services to assist the homeless, a free hot-meal to 300-500 people daily, and free clothing. MCRC's newest endeavor is to reduce recidivism rates in Wyandotte County through focusing on Re-Entry. To do this MCRC has partnered with the statewide initiative Mentoring4Success, which helps men and women transitioning from prison to community by providing them mentoring services.
1130 Troup AvenueKansas City, KS 66104
December 20, 2021
- Must be at least 13