Get your tickets now! Sunday Sept 10th, Mandolin will be hosting it’s 2nd Annual BBQ Fundraiser to benefit the Inter-Faith Food Shuttle. Tickets are only $14 and will go towards feeding those most in need within our community. All food has been donated so this should be a great opportunity to raise some big $$$ … Continue reading Mandolin’s BBQ Food Shuttle Fundraiser
More than ever, patients need your help. The Red Cross urges you to schedule an appointment now to donate blood or platelets to overcome a summer shortage. Our life saving work truly would not be possible without you. Come in to donate July 26 to August 31, 2017, and as a special thank you for … Continue reading Help Fight a Summer Blood Shortage
Transitions LifeCare is a certified provider of the national MUSIC & MEMORYSM music program. Music & Memory is a program where patients listen to a personalized music playlist created with input from the patient, family, friends, and staff. Patients can connect with the music they love with the goal of improving their overall health and … Continue reading Music & Memory
Volunteers represent the face of our services at Meals on Wheels of Wake County. Those we serve deserve to be treated with dignity and respect and our over 2,200 volunteers embody that belief daily in service to our senior and disabled neighbors. Many recipients tell us the best part about meal delivery is the friendly, … Continue reading You can “DO” Lunch too – Become A Volunteer For Meals On Wheels
Use Your Social Media Powers For Good! We’re recruiting for our Social Media Ambassadors program at our Raleigh Branch! We invite social media professionals, technology enthusiasts & networked individuals to “use their social media powers for good” and join the Food Bank as Social Media Ambassadors! The Social Media Ambassadors are critical to helping us … Continue reading Become a Social Media Ambassador #Raleigh
Overrun with plastic grocery bags? Donate them to us and you’ll be helping local hungry families in need AND recycling! Drop off at 1390 Capital Blvd Monday-Friday 9-5. Thank you!
School is out and summer is a great time to serve as a family. The Inter-Faith Food Shuttle has several opportunities to volunteer and help get food to those in need: Community Garden Saturdays The Camden St. Learning Garden, Raleigh hosts community workdays on Saturdays over the summer months. Families volunteer with weeding, mulching, moving … Continue reading Family-Friendly Summer Serving Opportunities!
Help us provide protein for the Hungry! We are looking for volunteers who can commit to a reoccurring once a week experience. We will provide volunteers with an apron, but you may get a little dirty. Egg Inspectors examine each egg that gets donated to see if there are any cracks. Cracked eggs get disposed … Continue reading Egg Inspectors Needed
Students are you ready for summer service! Wheels4Hope can use some enthusiastic student assistant volunteers in our office and lot. Student Office assistant duties greet people and welcome them to Wheels4Hope keep supply of folders on hand for recipient orientation by making copies and inserting into file folders data entry into database Student Lot assistant … Continue reading Student Summer Volunteer Opportunities
At Wheels4Hope, we experience the change a vehicle can make in someone’s life. We all experience change… Is it time for a vehicle transition for you? Donate your used car to benefit those in need of transportation. We are a 501(c)(3) your donation will qualify for a tax deduction. If you have a vehicle that … Continue reading Donate your used car to benefit those in need of transportation.
In home support seeks to alleviate social isolation and depression that often accompanies the physical and emotional challenges facing older adults and adults with disabilities who are homebound. Volunteers provide friendly visits in person or on the telephone. In addition volunteers can provide chore services. This includes light housekeeping or reading/paperwork or yardwork. Some assignments … Continue reading In-Home Support for Seniors
Volunteers provide support to families that are caring for a loved one with dementia or a disabling condition. The Center’s Caregiver Support Program provides two services 1) Companionship to someone who should not be left alone 2)Respite or “time off” for primary caregivers who need to focus on their own health and well-being. Respite volunteers … Continue reading Help 2 people at once – Caregiver Support Program
If you have daytime hours on your hands and like to drive, this may be the right role for you! You would provide daytime transportation to seniors (age 60 ) and adults with disabilities in Wake County, NC. Primarily for medical appointments and other essential needs (e.g., groceries, drugstore, bank, social services, gov’t offices). Transportation … Continue reading Like Driving? Then volunteer to help someone who needs a lift!
There are countless ways to get involved with The Salvation Army’s programs in Wake County! Thank you for enabling us to continue Doing the Most Good. Arts & Crafts Leader: Spark a child’s creativity! Volunteer with the 5-8 years old in the After School Program while they do various art and craft projects Monday-Friday: 4:30pm-6pm … Continue reading Music & Arts Volunteer Opportunities
Each year, hundreds of volunteers tell us that touching the lives of Transitions LifeCare patients and families are among their most rewarding experiences. We offer a variety of ways to use your hands, hearts and talents to offer hope and comfort. Some of the ways you can make a difference include: Family Support Volunteers – … Continue reading Transitions LifeCare Volunteers Offer Hope & Comfort
Donations of food are gratefully accepted at the Tri-Area Ministry Food Pantry during the open hours. Mondays and Wednesdays, 9 am to 12:30 pm. 149 E Holding Avenue Wake Forest, NC 27587 (919) 556-7144 Our current needs include: Peanut Butter * Jelly * Canned Fruit Canned Vegetables Spaghetti Sauce * Canned Meats (tuna, chicken) Canned … Continue reading Tri-Area Ministry Food Pantry in Need of Donations
Raleigh Dream Center’s biggest outreach is through our Adopt-A-Block Ministry. We meet at 10 AM every 2nd and 4th Saturdays of the month. Simply choose a location and our site leader will be there to get you started. It’s family friendly, so kids are welcome. We spend about two hours passing out free groceries on … Continue reading Adopt-A-Block with Raleigh Dream Center
The Food Bank welcomes non-perishable products, sealed beverages, refrigerated or frozen items, or produce as well as non-food essentials such as hygiene items, cleaning items or paper products. Our most needed items include: Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Meat, and Soup (Pop-top cans and low sodium a plus!) Whole Grain Pasta, Brown Rice, Dried Beans, and Cereal … Continue reading Most Needed Items for The Food Bank
Participants at our congregate dining rooms often need assistance with some basic household necessities. These items can be dropped off at our office at 1001 Blair Drive in Raleigh. We request that these items be new. rolls of paper towels dishwashing liquid toilet paper soap toothpaste cleaners prepackaged snacks (i.e. microwavable popcorn, crackers) postage stamps … Continue reading Meals On Wheels Participants Need Basic Necessities