Volunteers needed to serve about 2,600 lunches to our poor and homeless neighbors. Help serve trays, bus tables, work on the food line, and in our prep kitchen. All volunteers will have the opportunity to experience several different jobs. You are our guest as well and do not need to bring a lunch. Lunch will be provided!
• Event Schedule:
9:15am - After a brief orientation the group will join staff and other volunteers to serve about 2,600 lunches to our poor and homeless neighbors. Volunteers will serve trays, bus tables, work on the food line, and in our prep kitchen. All volunteers will have the opportunity to experience several different positions. On their own lunch break the volunteers are invited (urged!) to share food and conversation with our guests at the Dining Room tables. Your group is our guest as well and do not need to bring lunches.
1:45pm- The group departs.
Volunteers should wear comfortable clothes and shoes. Water and restrooms are available. There is limited space to store valuables, we recommend that you bring only what you will need for the day.
Part of the package you are receiving today includes our Volunteer Release of Liability form. Each participant is requested to sign a copy. These forms will be collected upon your arrival at St. Anthony Foundation. I will be emailing the forms before the event as well as provide copies at the event for those who need them.
In arranging your visit, we urge you to consider arriving by public transportation, if possible. Both BART and MUNI trains stop at the Civic Center Station – a convenient two-block walk from our facility. MUNI Busses 5 (Fulton/McAllister), 31 (Turk), and 21 Hayes, and all of the Market Street busses and trolleys, let passengers off within a block of St. Anthony’s. Reasonably priced pay-for-parking is also available at the corner of Golden Gate and Jones Street.
• About St. Anthony's Foundation:
St. Anthony’s is a civic anchor in San Francisco, providing stability to low-income residents of the city and inspiring hope through hot meals, warm clothes, medical care, personal guidance, job search assistance, and poverty education.
For more info, please visit: http://www.stanthonysf.org/