Did you know… families who receive welfare services that used to be called Food Stamps and now called EBT cannot purchase toiletry necessities? You can help us get needed items into the hands of needy families in our community. Items such as: Bathroom tissue Paper Towels Kleenex Feminine Hygiene Shampoo & Soap Laundry detergent Household Cleaning … Continue reading Food Stamps/EBT?
The Togetherhood Committee at the Y is partnering with the Miracle League to provide buddies for a few baseball games. The Miracle League’s mission is to create positive life experiences for children and adults with special needs and for their families through baseball. When: October 6th 5:45pm-8pm October 7th 8:45am-11:30am October 7th 10:45am-1:30pm Who: Anyone … Continue reading Baseball Buddies Needed!
Urgent Need: Our food pantry is very low on canned tuna, canned vegetables, and pastas. Can you help or spread the word? Drop off anytime! 1390 Capital Blvd, Raleigh 27603
Passage Home is looking for volunteers to come to the Safety Club (513 Branch St.) every second Saturday to provide a safe and positive space for growth and recreation for kids while their guardians/parents attend our monthly financial literacy classes. Many of these guardians may not have the resources or the means to provide a … Continue reading Caring Youth Volunteers or Counselors Needed Every 2nd Saturday from 1pm-3pm
We at Passage Home are looking for motivated and dedicated volunteers to assist our Agriculture Specialist with tending to the community gardens that form such an integral part of the surrounding neighborhoods. Not only do the gardens provide food access and food security in this area—which is considered to be a ‘food desert’ due to … Continue reading Community Garden Work in South Park, Raleigh (Providing Food Access in a Food Desert) *Ongoing
We at Passage Home are looking for interns who can work in our Workforce Development Department assisting our Workforce Development Coordinator in securing and implementing our certification classes and job training. The position will involve coordinating these skills-based programs and executing them effectively. Responsibilities: To provide and assist with program implementation of activities and programs … Continue reading Internship Opportunities Providing Employability Training and Technical Skills to Low-Income Residents
We at Passage Home are looking for tutors to come every Monday and Friday starting September 11th from 3:30pm-6:30pm to help us implement activities for the local kids an address some of their academic deficiencies. The volunteer tutors will engage with the kids, help us provide them with cultural enrichment activities and experiences and provide … Continue reading Tutors and After-school Volunteers Needed for Vulnerable Youth in South Raleigh
Join the best team in hunger relief! For full position details and applications, please visit www.foodshuttle.org/jobs-internships/. NOTE: Everyone applying for a Food Shuttle Job Opening must submit a completed employment application when they apply. Job Openings: 1. AMERICORPS COOKING MATTERS COORDINATOR The Cooking Matters AmeriCorps member will work with Inter-Faith Food Shuttle Cooking Matters staff … Continue reading Food Shuttle Jobs & Internship Openings
The Salvation Army of Wake County’s flag football season is about to begin and we need volunteer coaches for our 7-9 year olds league and 10-13 year olds league. League starts 9/30/17 and runs through 12/04/17. All leagues are co-ed. 1st Practices on Saturday September 30 and October 7 2017 2nd Practice Monday, Tuesday, or … Continue reading Flag Football Coaches Needed
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
Please help The Salvation Army of Wake County provide school supplies for children living in the shelter. Until September 1, 2017, The Salvation Army of Wake County will be accepting school supplies for school aged children attending elementary, middle, and high school. Fully packed book bags are needed; however, all supplies are greatly appreciated. Supplies … Continue reading School Supplies Drive
Neighbor to Neighbor Serves marginalized, low income families in downtown Raleigh. We serve to bring hope to a hurting community, and one of the ways we serve the Southeast Raleigh community is through an afterschool mentoring and enrichment program. Come be a mentor! Academic Mentor Opportunities in Language Arts or Math! We need volunteers that … Continue reading Mentor, Inspire, Develop, and Grow a child in the margins
Become a Foster Parent! We need foster and foster to adopt parents as well as those willing to wrap around our foster families, and provide items for foster children in care. Thursday, August 10th from 6-9 p.m. Cross Point Community Church 1001 Steeple Square Ct Knightdale, NC 27545 This is a perfect opportunity to have … Continue reading Foster Parent Info Night
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
Over the past two months, our 3 student interns have been hard at work planning and organizing the 2017 CORRAL Summer Yard Sale! All proceeds of the yard sale will go toward funding the care of the CORRAL girls and horses. Come out and support the work of our girls while shopping for a cause! … Continue reading CORRAL Summer Yard Sale
Neighbor to Neighbor Serves marginalized, low income families in downtown Raleigh. We will be collecting School Supplies for all of the students that attend our after school mentoring program. Deadline for receiving school supplies is August 19th. For more information, or to schedule a pickup of school supplies please contact Kate Johnson at email@example.com or … Continue reading School Supplies Needed
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!
Download the printable list and take it with you to the grocery store, pharmacy, or department store and pick up a few items for the Mission as you shop for your family. Or host a drive and collect items from our Urgent and Ongoing Needs list at your church, workplace, school or service organization. Drop … Continue reading Rescue Mission Current & Urgent Needs
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!
Loaves and Fishes is in the process of moving our location to another church and that has identified some new needs to allow us to function properly. We need to purchase: Four (4) mobile bin-utility carts that we will use for our afterschool programs. Each one costs about $400 and will allow us to be … Continue reading Moving Equipment Needed