Apr
27
8:30 AM08:30

Metropolitan Ministries

Volunteers will be completing one of the task below.

Outreach: 
Working in outreach is like working in a mini food/clothing pantry (Metro Mart). Volunteers will assist staff in helping clients shop for item they need as well as stocking goods in our Metro Mart. This is great location for those wanting one on one with clients or those who find joy in making a direct impact with clients  

Promise-land:
Promiseland is an area for volunteers age 16 and up! They will assist teachers in playtime, snacks/lunch and teaching. This is a great area for volunteers who have a heart for children or are interested in child development in a daycare setting Off Campus Warehouse: Working with warehouse staff to sort donations/produce on a larger scale. This is a great location for a team of up to 10 to volunteer and participate in team bonding/ building work. It's located about 5-6 miles from our main campus

Dress Code: 
Long Pants | Closed toed shoes | T-shirt

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Apr
20
1:00 PM13:00

Feeding Tampa Bay

What will we do?
At the Food Bank volunteers' sort either perishable or non-perishable items. 
- During non-perishable sorting: volunteers will sort and inspect the donated product (from places like Walmart, Target, Publix) to ensure food quality. Then, the items will be sorted into 12 categories which get distributed to Feeding Tampa Bay's partner agencies in 10-county area. 
- During perishable sorting: volunteers will be sorting through bulk produce that was donated to Feeding Tampa Bay and will be inspecting the produce for quality and sorting them into smaller family sized portions. These will also go out to the community through agency partners or through programs that have been established in elementary schools, high schools, Boys & Girls Clubs, etc. 

An orientation will be given at the beginning of the shift. After the shift, there will be a big group photo and statistics on how many meals you/your group provided during the shift. Please wear closed toe shoes.

**Please complete this form before arrivingClick here to complete the form

 

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Apr
13
1:00 PM13:00

Feeding Tampa Bay

What will we do?
At the Food Bank volunteers' sort either perishable or non-perishable items. 
- During non-perishable sorting: volunteers will sort and inspect the donated product (from places like Walmart, Target, Publix) to ensure food quality. Then, the items will be sorted into 12 categories which get distributed to Feeding Tampa Bay's partner agencies in 10-county area. 
- During perishable sorting: volunteers will be sorting through bulk produce that was donated to Feeding Tampa Bay and will be inspecting the produce for quality and sorting them into smaller family sized portions. These will also go out to the community through agency partners or through programs that have been established in elementary schools, high schools, Boys & Girls Clubs, etc. 

An orientation will be given at the beginning of the shift. After the shift, there will be a big group photo and statistics on how many meals you/your group provided during the shift. Please wear closed toe shoes.

**Please complete this form before arrivingClick here to complete the form

 

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Apr
6
8:30 AM08:30

Metropolitan Ministries

Volunteers will be completing one of the task below.

Outreach: 
Working in outreach is like working in a mini food/clothing pantry (Metro Mart). Volunteers will assist staff in helping clients shop for item they need as well as stocking goods in our Metro Mart. This is great location for those wanting one on one with clients or those who find joy in making a direct impact with clients  

Promise-land:
Promiseland is an area for volunteers age 16 and up! They will assist teachers in playtime, snacks/lunch and teaching. This is a great area for volunteers who have a heart for children or are interested in child development in a daycare setting Off Campus Warehouse: Working with warehouse staff to sort donations/produce on a larger scale. This is a great location for a team of up to 10 to volunteer and participate in team bonding/ building work. It's located about 5-6 miles from our main campus

Dress Code: 
Long Pants | Closed toed shoes | T-shirt

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Mar
30
1:00 PM13:00

Feeding Tampa Bay

What will we do?
At the Food Bank volunteers' sort either perishable or non-perishable items. 
- During non-perishable sorting: volunteers will sort and inspect the donated product (from places like Walmart, Target, Publix) to ensure food quality. Then, the items will be sorted into 12 categories which get distributed to Feeding Tampa Bay's partner agencies in 10-county area. 
- During perishable sorting: volunteers will be sorting through bulk produce that was donated to Feeding Tampa Bay and will be inspecting the produce for quality and sorting them into smaller family sized portions. These will also go out to the community through agency partners or through programs that have been established in elementary schools, high schools, Boys & Girls Clubs, etc. 

An orientation will be given at the beginning of the shift. After the shift, there will be a big group photo and statistics on how many meals you/your group provided during the shift. Please wear closed toe shoes.

**Please complete this form before arrivingClick here to complete the form

 

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Mar
23
8:30 AM08:30

Metropolitan Ministries

Volunteers will be completing one of the task below.

Outreach: 
Working in outreach is like working in a mini food/clothing pantry (Metro Mart). Volunteers will assist staff in helping clients shop for item they need as well as stocking goods in our Metro Mart. This is great location for those wanting one on one with clients or those who find joy in making a direct impact with clients  

Promise-land:
Promiseland is an area for volunteers age 16 and up! They will assist teachers in playtime, snacks/lunch and teaching. This is a great area for volunteers who have a heart for children or are interested in child development in a daycare setting Off Campus Warehouse: Working with warehouse staff to sort donations/produce on a larger scale. This is a great location for a team of up to 10 to volunteer and participate in team bonding/ building work. It's located about 5-6 miles from our main campus

Dress Code: 
Long Pants | Closed toed shoes | T-shirt

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Mar
16
1:00 PM13:00

Feeding Tampa Bay

What will we do?
At the Food Bank volunteers' sort either perishable or non-perishable items. 
- During non-perishable sorting: volunteers will sort and inspect the donated product (from places like Walmart, Target, Publix) to ensure food quality. Then, the items will be sorted into 12 categories which get distributed to Feeding Tampa Bay's partner agencies in 10-county area. 
- During perishable sorting: volunteers will be sorting through bulk produce that was donated to Feeding Tampa Bay and will be inspecting the produce for quality and sorting them into smaller family sized portions. These will also go out to the community through agency partners or through programs that have been established in elementary schools, high schools, Boys & Girls Clubs, etc. 

An orientation will be given at the beginning of the shift. After the shift, there will be a big group photo and statistics on how many meals you/your group provided during the shift. Please wear closed toe shoes.

**Please complete this form before arrivingClick here to complete the form

 

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Feb
16
1:00 PM13:00

Feeding Tampa Bay

What will we do?
At the Food Bank volunteers' sort either perishable or non-perishable items. 
- During non-perishable sorting: volunteers will sort and inspect the donated product (from places like Walmart, Target, Publix) to ensure food quality. Then, the items will be sorted into 12 categories which get distributed to Feeding Tampa Bay's partner agencies in 10-county area. 
- During perishable sorting: volunteers will be sorting through bulk produce that was donated to Feeding Tampa Bay and will be inspecting the produce for quality and sorting them into smaller family sized portions. These will also go out to the community through agency partners or through programs that have been established in elementary schools, high schools, Boys & Girls Clubs, etc. 

An orientation will be given at the beginning of the shift. After the shift, there will be a big group photo and statistics on how many meals you/your group provided during the shift. Please wear closed toe shoes.

**Please complete this form before arrivingClick here to complete the form

 

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