Projects tagged with "Volunteers"

Volunteer with Hollywood Food Coalition Meal Engagement Program

Come volunteer with Hollywood Food Coalition! HFC's Meal Engagement Program has been around for 33 years. They serve a delicious and nutritious multi-course "to-go" meal to food insecure people every night of the year (all comers!). They have two volunteer shifts available each day. Meal prep (sous chef, salad prep, dessert plating, you name it) and Meal Service. They are compliant with all Covid-l9 safety protocols and restrictions. The dinner service begins at 6:30pm, Mon-Fri, at their kitchen on the Salvation Army Campus, at 5939 Hollywood Blvd. (They are a secular organization: no religious test required for entry). On Sat & Sun, they are at their "away" site, on the corner of Romaine St. and N. Orange Drive (90038). Every day they have a lot of fun and would love to have you join. Go to their website, hofoco.org, and sign up on the Sign-Up Genius site. Wear comfy clothes and closed shoes.

Help Pack Delicious Meals for the Disabled and Homebound Clients of Khalsa Care Foundation

Help pack delicious meals for the disabled and homebound, in partnership with the L.A. City Department of Disability and Khalsa Care Foundation. Before the pandemic, they served 1,000 meals per day. Now, demand has tripled! They greatly need your help. Los Angeles Mayor's Office, Department of Disability and Khalsa Care Foundation have partnered up to provide 3,000 meals daily to individuals with disabilities. There is a urgent need to support those that are most vulnerable during these times. Important Details: While volunteering at the temple, all volunteers must: cover their heads with a scarf or hat and remove their shoes in the kitchen. Volunteers aged 16-17 must bring a completed Minor Waiver Form (found on LA Works website) signed by a legal guardian. Minor volunteers who do not have completed forms will be unable to participate. Click here for more information and to sign up: https://www.laworks.com/opportunity/a0C3l00000hp9KKEAY
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Help Deliver Meals for Meals on Wheels West

Volunteers are needed to deliver a hot lunch, light dinner, newspaper, and a Wellness Check Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays to homebound people in Santa Monica, Venice, Marina Del Rey, Pacific Palisades, and Malibu. Volunteers are often the only people clients of this organization see on a daily or even weekly basis. Volunteers will start at the Meals on Wheels WestÕs Santa Monica location to pick up the meals and will receive one route, which consists of about 10 clients. Once the meals are picked up at the Santa Monica location, volunteers drive their cars to the houses of each client on their route. Routes are designed to optimize travel time. If you have a limited amount of time, then the Volunteer Coordinator can assign you or your team to a smaller route. Please reach out to our Meal Delivery Volunteer Coordinator, Jen, at jen@mealsonwheelswest.org or (310)394-5133x2 to schedule your delivery. Comfortable clothes and shoes are recommended!

Collect Virtual Miles for Students Run LA

SRLA is celebrating the Class of 2020 the only way they know how - racking up the miles! Together, their goal is to run 2,020 miles before June 20 in celebration of the Class of 2020. It's FREE to sign up for this challenge but, if you can, they hope that you'll also consider adding a donation to keep SRLA running for the next generation of runners. Make the Honor Roll! Everyone who submits miles will become a part of the SRLA Honor Roll and receive a finisher certificate. How to Join: Register for the event by clicking: https://runsignup.com/Race/CA/Tarzana/SRLA2020Challenge. Go for a run __. Snap some pictures and share them on social media with #SRLAStepUpforSeniors. Open your confirmation email (sent after registration). Click "Manage Registration".Select "Results" for the SRLA Step Up of Seniors Challenge. Enter your distance and submit!. Keep running! After you register you can use that link to enter your distance for every run between now and June 20th.
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Help Sort Food with the North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry

The North Hollywood Interfaith Food Pantry was formed 35 years ago by five very dedicated women who came from different religious congregations in the East San Fernando Valley and saw the growing problem of hunger right in their own backyard. Curently, the Pantry has an on going need for food donations and volunteers to help sort. Schedule can be customized within rules of the Temple. Must be 12+. Must wear closed shoes. Must bring masks and gloves. Perishable food donations can be arranged. If interested, please contact barbara@nhifp.org.

Host Your Own Neighborhood Cleanup & Scavenger Hunt!

If you are looking for an impactful activity for you and those in your household to get involved in, Heal the Bay suggests a DIY cleanup and scavenger hunt in your neighborhood. The supplies are minimal, itÕs a great way to get some physical activity nearby, and you can leave a spot in your community better than you found it! Click here for more info: https://healthebay.org/earth-month-activities-neighborhood-cleanup-scavenger-hunt/
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Make Food and Supply Kits For Your Neighbors with The Salvation Army

Volunteers will pack food boxes to be distributed. Food and Supply Kits include donated items like non-perishable food, baby and elder care supplies, hygiene products, cleaning supplies and paper goods. Food bags are being prepared inside their facility by staff and volunteers, then given to the public outside of the building to limit person-to-person contact. Their distribution warehouse uses volunteer support to prepare shipments of goods to their 47 pantries. Volunteers who may be immunocompromised or in an at-risk age category are asked not to volunteer at this time. All volunteers are reminded to regularly wash their hands, use hand sanitizer, maintain social distancing guidelines and to stay home if you are feeling ill or have been exposed to the virus. The Salvation Army is taking precautions to keep the work area as safe as possible, disinfecting surfaces, changing operations to limit contact, and providing staff and volunteers with gloves and other tools. Volunteers must be at least 18 years old. Click this link to sign-up: https://volunteer.usawest.org/OpportunityDetail.aspx?ID=5118
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Help Pack Delicious Meals for the Disabled and Homebound Clients of Khalsa Care Foundation

Help pack delicious meals for the disabled and homebound, in partnership with the L.A. City Department of Disability and Khalsa Care Foundation. Before the pandemic, they served 1,000 meals per day. Now, demand has tripled! They greatly need your help. Los Angeles Mayor's Office, Department of Disability and Khalsa Care Foundation have partnered up to provide 3,000 meals daily to individuals with disabilities. There is a urgent need to support those that are most vulnerable during these times. Important Details: While volunteering at the temple, all volunteers must: cover their heads with a scarf or hat and remove their shoes in the kitchen. Volunteers aged 16-17 must bring a completed Minor Waiver Form (found on LA Works website) signed by a legal guardian. Minor volunteers who do not have completed forms will be unable to participate. Click here for more information and to sign up: https://www.laworks.com/opportunity/a0C3l00000hp9KKEAY
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Help Distribute Food with LA Food Bank

Our Saviour Center is a food pantry in El Monte California serving the community since 1985. They currently serve around 300 household each day they are open.Volunteer Duties:Duties vary based on need, but typically include line & distancing control, packing bags, signing-in clients, distributing bags of food, and traffic control in the parking lot. Requirements & Skills: Must be 18 years or older, Comfortable working indoors and outdoors, Be able to lift up to 20 lbs (tasks can be adjusted based on need), Be able to stand for long periods of time. Dress Code:Due to safety concerns, all volunteers must wear close-toed shoes (no sandals or flip flops). Dress in weather appropriate clothing. Supervision: On-site Volunteer Coordinator will work directly with all volunteers.COVID-19 Response: Our Saviour Center is implementing social distancing, and providing masks and gloves to all their volunteers. Click the link to register: https://www.cervistech.com/acts/webreg/eventdetail.php?event_id=5676&org_id=0338&event_category_id=&keyword=&sort=&zip=&zip_radius=&source=&filter_choice=&cal_choice=&res_choice=&console_mode=&res_code=&disp_status=open&filter_date=None&filter_start_time=&filter_end_time=
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Help Pack Delicious Meals for the Disabled and Homebound Clients of Khalsa Care Foundation

Help pack delicious meals for the disabled and homebound, in partnership with the L.A. City Department of Disability and Khalsa Care Foundation. Before the pandemic, they served 1,000 meals per day. Now, demand has tripled! They greatly need your help. Los Angeles Mayor's Office, Department of Disability and Khalsa Care Foundation have partnered up to provide 3,000 meals daily to individuals with disabilities. There is a urgent need to support those that are most vulnerable during these times. Important Details: While volunteering at the temple, all volunteers must: cover their heads with a scarf or hat and remove their shoes in the kitchen. Volunteers aged 16-17 must bring a completed Minor Waiver Form (found on LA Works website) signed by a legal guardian. Minor volunteers who do not have completed forms will be unable to participate. Click here for more information and to sign up: https://www.laworks.com/opportunity/a0C3l00000hp9KKEAY
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Help Distribute Food with LA Food Bank

Our Saviour Center is a food pantry in El Monte California serving the community since 1985. They currently serve around 300 household each day they are open.Volunteer Duties:Duties vary based on need, but typically include line & distancing control, packing bags, signing-in clients, distributing bags of food, and traffic control in the parking lot. Requirements & Skills: Must be 18 years or older, Comfortable working indoors and outdoors, Be able to lift up to 20 lbs (tasks can be adjusted based on need), Be able to stand for long periods of time. Dress Code:Due to safety concerns, all volunteers must wear close-toed shoes (no sandals or flip flops). Dress in weather appropriate clothing. Supervision: On-site Volunteer Coordinator will work directly with all volunteers.COVID-19 Response: Our Saviour Center is implementing social distancing, and providing masks and gloves to all their volunteers. Click the link to register: https://www.cervistech.com/acts/webreg/eventdetail.php?event_id=5680&org_id=0338&event_category_id=&keyword=&sort=&zip=&zip_radius=&source=&filter_choice=&cal_choice=&res_choice=&console_mode=&res_code=&disp_status=open&filter_date=None&filter_start_time=&filter_end_time=
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Help Distribute Food with LA Food Bank

North Valley Caring Services provides food to more than 2000 families and individuals in need. Volunteer Duties:Duties vary based on need, but typically include packing boxes with groceries, loading groceries onto vehicles, traffic control, pantry set-up and break down. Requirements & Skills: Must be 18 years or older, All volunteers must review and sign North Valley Caring Services liability waiver and image release form. A copy will be sent to you when you register. Comfortable working indoors and outdoors. Be able to lift up to 35 lbs. Be able to stand for long periods of time. Dress Code: Due to safety concerns, all volunteers must wear close-toed shoes (no sandals or flip flops)Dress in weather appropriate clothing. Parking: Onsite parking available. Supervision: On-site Volunteer Coordinator will work directly with all volunteers. COVID-19 Response: All volunteers must wear masks at all times. Gloves will be provided.
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Help Pack Delicious Meals for the Disabled and Homebound Clients of Khalsa Care Foundation

Help pack delicious meals for the disabled and homebound, in partnership with the L.A. City Department of Disability and Khalsa Care Foundation. Before the pandemic, they served 1,000 meals per day. Now, demand has tripled! They greatly need your help. Los Angeles Mayor's Office, Department of Disability and Khalsa Care Foundation have partnered up to provide 3,000 meals daily to individuals with disabilities. There is a urgent need to support those that are most vulnerable during these times. Important Details: While volunteering at the temple, all volunteers must: cover their heads with a scarf or hat and remove their shoes in the kitchen. Volunteers aged 16-17 must bring a completed Minor Waiver Form (found on LA Works website) signed by a legal guardian. Minor volunteers who do not have completed forms will be unable to participate. Click here for more information and to sign up: https://www.laworks.com/opportunity/a0C3l00000hp9KKEAY
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Help Distribute Food with LA Food Bank

Our Saviour Center is a food pantry in El Monte California serving the community since 1985. They currently serve around 300 household each day they are open.Volunteer Duties:Duties vary based on need, but typically include line & distancing control, packing bags, signing-in clients, distributing bags of food, and traffic control in the parking lot. Requirements & Skills: Must be 18 years or older, Comfortable working indoors and outdoors, Be able to lift up to 20 lbs (tasks can be adjusted based on need), Be able to stand for long periods of time. Dress Code:Due to safety concerns, all volunteers must wear close-toed shoes (no sandals or flip flops). Dress in weather appropriate clothing. Supervision: On-site Volunteer Coordinator will work directly with all volunteers.COVID-19 Response: Our Saviour Center is implementing social distancing, and providing masks and gloves to all their volunteers. Click the link to register: https://www.cervistech.com/acts/webreg/eventdetail.php?event_id=5817&org_id=0338&event_category_id=&keyword=&sort=&zip=&zip_radius=&source=&filter_choice=&cal_choice=&res_choice=&console_mode=&res_code=&disp_status=open&filter_date=None&filter_start_time=&filter_end_time=
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Join Light Bringer Project’s Virtual Pasadena Chalk Festival

Join your fellow chalk artists in the Virtual Pasadena Chalk Festival to do what they are known to do best- create beauty! Inspire! Bring Joy! If you would like to draw and showcase your art on The Paseo, fell free. The event is open to everyone. No entry forms are required. Select a place where you can comfortably draw an amazing mural. Wear your favorite PCF t-shirt, a badge if you have one, and grab some chalk! Our friends at Blick Art Materials are providing discounts on chalk. Create your mural between the dates of Thursday, June 18 and Sunday, June 21. Most importantly. Share your image with everyone you know, then hashtag us: @PasadenaChalFestival #pasadenachalkfestival #blickatmaterials. They will post all of your murals on their website and on their social media for all to see and virtually enjoy.

Pre-Bag Groceries for Families in Need with LA Food Bank

Join LA Food Banks offsite event at APLA Health. APLA Health provides food to more than 650 families and individuals in need. Volunteer Duties: You will be pre-bagging groceries for distribution.Requirements & Skills: Must be 18 and older. Be able to lift up to 10 lbs. Be able to stand for long periods of time.Dress Code: Due to safety concerns, all volunteers must wear close-toed shoes (no sandals or flip flops). Dress in weather appropriate clothing. Parking:Onsite parking available. Supervision:On-site Volunteer Coordinator will work directly with all volunteers. COVID-19 Response: In addition to standard health and sanitation procedures, APLA Staff will:Take your temperature before the day begins to ensure you do not have a fever. Implement social distancing measures. Staff will ensure appropriate distance is maintained between each volunteer during check-in, orientation, and during the volunteer event. Provide hand sanitizer for use. Provide gloves to all volunteers. Provide face masks to all volunteers. We will also display best practices throughout the event, encouraging everyone to wash their hands for at least twenty seconds and avoid shaking hands. Click here to sign-up : https://www.cervistech.com/acts/webreg/eventdetail.php?event_id=5819&org_id=0338&event_category_id=&keyword=&sort=&zip=&zip_radius=&source=&filter_choice=&cal_choice=&res_choice=&console_mode=&res_code=&disp_status=open&filter_date=None&filter_start_time=&filter_end_time=
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Help Pack Delicious Meals for the Disabled and Homebound Clients of Khalsa Care Foundation

Help pack delicious meals for the disabled and homebound, in partnership with the L.A. City Department of Disability and Khalsa Care Foundation. Before the pandemic, they served 1,000 meals per day. Now, demand has tripled! They greatly need your help. Los Angeles Mayor's Office, Department of Disability and Khalsa Care Foundation have partnered up to provide 3,000 meals daily to individuals with disabilities. There is a urgent need to support those that are most vulnerable during these times. Important Details: While volunteering at the temple, all volunteers must: cover their heads with a scarf or hat and remove their shoes in the kitchen. Volunteers aged 16-17 must bring a completed Minor Waiver Form (found on LA Works website) signed by a legal guardian. Minor volunteers who do not have completed forms will be unable to participate. Click here for more information and to sign up: https://www.laworks.com/opportunity/a0C3l00000hp9KKEAY
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Sort Food with LA Food Bank

Please join us in our volunteer day at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank! Volunteers are needed to help sort, inspect, and repackage donated food items from local food drives. Help us help those in need by donating your time to fight hunger in our community. IMPORTANT THINGS FOR EACH VOLUNTEER TO KNOW. Please arrive 15-20 minutes early to check-in. All volunteers must wear closed toed shoes. Minimum age requirement to volunteer is 18 (sorry, no exceptions). No walk-ins allowed; each person must register ahead of time. Link to register: https://www.cervistech.com/acts/webreg/eventdetail.php?event_id=5747&org_id=0338&event_category_id=&keyword=&sort=&zip=&zip_radius=&source=&filter_choice=&cal_choice=&res_choice=&console_mode=&res_code=&disp_status=open&filter_date=None&filter_start_time=&filter_end_time=
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Pre-Bag Groceries for Families in Need with LA Food Bank

Join LA Food Banks offsite event at APLA Health. APLA Health provides food to more than 650 families and individuals in need. Volunteer Duties: You will be pre-bagging groceries for distribution.Requirements & Skills: Must be 18 and older. Be able to lift up to 10 lbs. Be able to stand for long periods of time.Dress Code: Due to safety concerns, all volunteers must wear close-toed shoes (no sandals or flip flops). Dress in weather appropriate clothing. Parking:Onsite parking available. Supervision:On-site Volunteer Coordinator will work directly with all volunteers. COVID-19 Response: In addition to standard health and sanitation procedures, APLA Staff will:Take your temperature before the day begins to ensure you do not have a fever. Implement social distancing measures. Staff will ensure appropriate distance is maintained between each volunteer during check-in, orientation, and during the volunteer event. Provide hand sanitizer for use. Provide gloves to all volunteers. Provide face masks to all volunteers. We will also display best practices throughout the event, encouraging everyone to wash their hands for at least twenty seconds and avoid shaking hands. Click here to sign-up : https://www.cervistech.com/acts/webreg/eventdetail.php?event_id=5818&org_id=0338&event_category_id=&keyword=&sort=&zip=&zip_radius=&source=&filter_choice=&cal_choice=&res_choice=&console_mode=&res_code=&disp_status=open&filter_date=None&filter_start_time=&filter_end_time=
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Take a Bite Out of Hunger with LA Works

Please join LA Food Bank in their volunteer day at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank! Volunteers are needed to help sort, inspect, and repackage donated food items from local food drives. Help those in need by donating your time to fight hunger in our community. IMPORTANT THINGS FOR EACH VOLUNTEER TO KNOW. Please arrive 15-20 minutes early to check-in. All volunteers must wear closed toed shoes. Minimum age requirement to volunteer is 18 (sorry, no exceptions). No walk-ins allowed; each person must register ahead of time. Click here to sign up: https://www.cervistech.com/acts/webreg/eventdetail.php?event_id=5673&org_id=0338&event_category_id=&keyword=&sort=&zip=&zip_radius=&source=&filter_choice=&cal_choice=&res_choice=&console_mode=&res_code=&disp_status=open&filter_date=None&filter_start_time=&filter_end_time=
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