Help your Community at "St. John's Kitchen"

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Important notes to read (thanks for Phyllis for this update):

"As a volunteer at the St. Johns Kitchen there are some rules that pertain to all helpers. Because you will be working directly with food that will be served to the public, Sanitation and Safety Rules Apply... No sleeveless tops, no low cut tops, no bare midriffs, no short shorts and no open sandals. Hairnet and apron will be provided. We thank you for your cooperation and look forward to seeing you at St. John's in the near future."

"Parking can be on the street parking can be on Breithaupt Stand near Weber St W, or any street parking near by..."


If you haven't heard of St. John's Kitchen

It's time to hear and be part of one of the most incredible and active volunteering-community based organization in helping the misfortune community members who are in need for food, consultation, medical, legal, shower, etc.. just to name a few.

To learn more about the kitchen, please visit them at:


Drop by any time between 11:00 and 15:00

(mostly serving food, cleaning, moping, tidy up etc.)


If you're a member of (Waterloo Region Time Exchange), you can credit/record the hours you worked there as "community services"

(the exchange can be done through "Sundbox Community" account)

Second Floor, find me, Tom, Gretchen, or whomever in charge there...

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