Fighting Hunger… Feeding Hope
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VOLUNTEER SHIFTS AVAILABLE
The San Antonio Food Bank’s kitchen at Haven for Hope desperately needs weekday volunteers. The Kitchen Table in New Braunfels also needs volunteers on a regular basis. Please help us fill these shifts!
Haven for Hope Kitchen volunteer shifts are available 365 days a year but needed most during the week. You will assist with the preparation and serving of breakfast, lunch or dinner for residents at Haven for Hope. You must be at least 15 years old to volunteer and must wear close toed shoes. Located at 1 Haven for Hope Way, San Antonio, TX 78207
- Breakfast Shift: 6 AM – 9 AM
- Lunch Shift: 10 AM – 2 PM
- Dinner Shift: 3 PM – 7 PM
The Kitchen Table volunteer shifts are available Monday through Saturday. You will assist with client intake, sorting and distributing food products, assisting with classes, and help with anything else that needs to be done. You must be at least 8 years old volunteer and must wear close toed shoes. Located at 651 N Business 35, Suite 340, New Braunfels, TX 78130
- Shift One: 9 AM – 12 PM
- Shift Two: 12 PM – 3 PM
- Shift Three: 3 PM – 6 PM
For more information or to sign up today, contact the volunteer department at firstname.lastname@example.org, (210) 431-8388, or sign up online today.
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