People Serving People Dinner service

The increase in members and ability to help out, we're expanding our help with People Serving People. 

Help to serve and cleanup for dinner at People Serving People in Minneapolis. Depending on the time of the month and how many people are in residence, this can be a very busy, fast-paced session. Be prepared for anything!

You can park FREE in their lot or on the street. Note: Parking meters are enforced, but you can find FREE parking on 5th Avenue or on 3rd Street west of 5th Avenue. If there is a Twins or Vikings game, please be aware that there may be delays, street closures or detours, so plan accordingly to arrive on time.

Please sign in at the guard desk when you enter, then take the stairs or elevator down to the kitchen. If you do not want to wear a hair net you can wear a baseball cap.

Note: PSP allows parents to bring children ages 16 and up.

You must be committed for this event-do not RSVP if you think there's a chance you will cancel-they really are counting on us. If you change your RSVP less than 24 hours before the event you will be marked absent.

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  • Michelle

    Hi Cindy. Sorry about your friend. Can you please help explain to need how the wait list works? Did someone from the WL already automatically get confirmed now? If someone, anyone could please just let me know. Thanks much! Happy Friday!

    April 4, 2014

    • Andy F.

      Michelle, if some one on the list drops off, then the first person on the waitlist gets bumped on the list to help out. All events are first come first serve as far as sign ups go. Thanks

      April 7, 2014

    • Michelle

      Okay. So if I was first on the WL the system would have automatically switched me to confirmed? Do I have that right now then? Thanks Andy!

      April 7, 2014

  • Cindy D.

    Sorry to change my RSVP so late, but a friend died recently and the funeral is Sunday. I hope someone on the waiting list can fill in.

    April 4, 2014

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