Volunteer Opportunities for Individuals and Groups
East End Cooperative Ministry could not operate without the help of volunteers in every service and program we provide. Every day, we rely upon selfless volunteers who give their time, their energy, and their talents to help their neighbors. See below for more information on specific ways that you can help. To schedule a volunteer service project or learn more, contact Tracy Hudson, Volunteer Coordinator. You must talk to Tracy before volunteering.
Barista, Monday – Friday, 7:30AM – 10:00AM
COMMUNITY NUTRITION SERVICES:
Community kitchen volunteers assist in the preparation of mid-day meals and also help serve and clean up after the meal.
- Kitchen Prep: Tuesday or Friday any time from 8:00AM – 1:30PM
- Dishwasher: Monday – Friday 11:15AM– 1:30PM
- Prep: Thursdays
- Monday morning Food Pantry Interviewer, 9:30am – 11:30am
- Monday afternoon Food Pantry Interviewer, 9:30am – 11:30am
- Wednesday Afternoon Interviewer, 1:00pm -3:00pm
- Friday Afternoon interviewer
Open Shelter Meal Dates:
- Stay tuned! October 2016 dates coming soon.
Anyone that is interested in purchasing, preparing and serving a meal to the EECM shelter guest must select an open date, then call Tracy Hudson, Volunteer Coordinator, to reserve the date
CHILDREN AND YOUTH:
Please note that all volunteers in EECM’s Children & Youth programs must have Act 33 and 34 clearances, or be eligible to get them. Some programs also require a criminal background check.
L5 and Drug, Alcohol, and Tobacco Prevention Program volunteers are needed to work with small groups of children during the school day. Training and materials will be provided.
Homework Helper (Fulton Elementary School) 2:30 pm – 5:30pm (October 2016 – May 2017). Adult volunteers (ages 18 and up) provide individualized academic assistance in literacy and math to students participating in EECM’s after-school programs. Volunteers will work one-on-one with students within the context of a larger group setting under the direction on an EECM staff member.
Hoop-It-Up Tournament referees and general volunteers are needed for basketball clinics and the Tournament. Clinics meet on four Saturdays in April and May. The Tournament is the culmination of the event.
Take our Sons and Daughters to Work Day professional volunteers are needed the first Thursday in May to provide a one-day career mentoring experience for middle and high school students. Students spend the day shadowing their mentor at work.
Residential Program volunteers needed 7 days a week Families and small groups are needed to prepare and serve breakfast and dinner for approximately 35 people. Dinners are 7-8 every night. Breakfast is at 7 am on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, and 7:30 on Monday-Thursday
Monday Tuesday-Friday, between 8:30am – 3:00pm
GROUP VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
From preparing and serving meals, to special events, to one-time service projects, there are many group volunteer opportunities at EECM. We are happy to work with your group to find an opportunity that is appropriate to your needs, working with the size of the group and the length of time that you are available. Sign up your group.
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