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Jackson Pizzeria Servers
Please join the Phoenix Philanthropists for a wonderful evening serving delicious gourmet pizza at St. Vincent de Paul's 10th Avenue & Jackson location. Volunteers will work together in a wonderful team environment to receive delivery of the original-recipe pizzas, lovingly-made in authentic pizza ovens by pizzaioli volunteers at the off-site SVdP kitchen, then, after setting up the dinner service, will provide a warm and friendly welcome while serving the delicious pizza to those most in need in our community. This special homemade pizza dinner was designed as a healthy and economical solution to enhance the quality of meals and promote the dignity of guests through the excellence in service with the care and compassion of volunteers. Be part of this truly wonderful and rewarding experience, and help bring an end to hunger in our community. This Henry Unger Memorial location serves breakfast and lunch seven days a week, while Andre House, across the street, serves dinner six nights per week. With the recent addition of SVdP's Friday dinner service, the least fortunate and most vulnerable members of this community will now have full access to nutritious meals every day in the struggles against hunger and malnutrition. DUTIES Duties may include and are not limited to food and drink service set-up; checking-in, welcoming, seating and serving guests; busing tables; and cleaning-up of dining room and kitchen. Please plan to stay until all clean-up is completed. AGE GUIDELINES Individuals 14-17 may volunteer in the accompaniment of an adult. ST. VINCENT de PAUL WAIVER If this is your first time volunteering with St. Vincent de Paul, or if you have not previously completed it, please print this St. Vincent de Paul Waiver (, sign it, and turn it in at upon arrival to your first SVdP event. If you are under 18, a guardian signature must be included. ATTIRE GUIDELINES Please wear your Phoenix Philanthropists T-Shirt ( or other comfortable, modest clothing (no bare midriffs/shoulders, tank tops, spaghetti straps, or short shorts) and, for your safety, please wear comfortable, flat, closed-toed shoes. LOCATION & PARKING This is St. Vincent de Paul's Henry Unger Memorial location on 10th Avenue & Jackson (not the family center location of our monthly Monday dinners). Please note, The new entrance is at 15th Ave and Harrison. And the gate code is 2035 # The dining room is in the east-most blue building with the volunteer entrance doors on the southeast. Check in at the desk just inside the door. ABOUT ST. VINCENT de PAUL DINING ROOMS With one of the largest industrial dining rooms in the Southwest, provides meals in five dining rooms throughout the valley to help those in need. Serving Central and Northern Arizona, over 1.2 million meals a year are provided to hungry and malnourished families and individuals, through St. Vincent de Paul's dining rooms, kitchen, and food bank. This Henry Unger Memorial location serves breakfast and lunch seven days a week, and dinner on Fridays. For more information go to PHOENIX PHILANTHROPISTS RELEASE FORM If you have not already, please complete the new online Phoenix Philanthropists Release Form ( A form should also be completed by any adult guests of members; and for each participating child under 18, by their parent or legal guardian. ATTENDANCE POLICY We understand that plans change and emergencies come up. If you RSVP YES, but can no longer attend, PLEASE change your RSVP ASAP. Our charity partners rely on us to attend when we say we will and our attendance policy is intended to ensure we can meet our charity partners' expectations. No Call/No Shows will be recorded, and after 3 No Call No Shows/3 months or 6 No Call No Shows/year, you will be removed from the Phoenix Philanthropists MeetUp. Please understand this policy is not intended to penalize our philanthropists, but to ensure we maintain good relationships with our charity partners and can give the most back to our community.

St. Vincent de Paul Henry Unger Dining Room

1075 W Jackson St · Phoenix, AZ

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Community Through Philanthropy

Phoenix Philanthropists is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization and we use the to schedule volunteer opportunities in the greater Phoenix Metro Area.

As a nonprofit, we currently facilitate three programs.

1. Philanthropic Service Program

This program connects individuals and groups in sharing of their time and talent with nonprofit organizations on a regular and special event basis. Special volunteer projects are also facilitated by the Phoenix Philanthropists throughout the greater Phoenix Metro Area.

2. Philanthropy Education Program (PEP)

A comprehensive educational program that teaches youth and adults about the meaning and importance of philanthropy in our community.

3. Philanthropic Scholarship Program

A scholarship program for those who exhibit outstanding philanthropic contributions in our community through volunteerism. Scholarships will be awarded on an annual basis.

We do not charge a membership fee to volunteer as we feel everyone should be able to contribute to helping others regardless of their financial situation. If you would like to support our efforts, please visit our SUPPORT US ( page on our website and make a donation for any amount.

So now what? Volunteer in Phoenix! This group is open to anyone who has a desire to make a difference in other people's lives. Single? Married? Kids? It does not matter. What does matter is that you are reliable and professional when participating in group functions. We welcome families, youth groups, corporate groups and individuals. We are very passionate about getting the youth in our community more involved with volunteer opportunities.

When RSVPing, please keep in mind you are committing time to helping nonprofit organizations and people who need your help and are counting on it. The dynamics are different than the social Meetup groups, where it isn't as big of a deal if you don't show up. Please be responsible and cancel your RSVP at least 48 hours in advance if you can't make it. If you sign up for a wait list, consider it as your being on call for work. If you cannot fill in at the list minute and your plans change, please take yourself off the wait list. I do understand that things come up sometime. Just be mindful of what this group is about and those that we commit our time to.

Please review our mission and programs by visiting our Phoenix Philanthropists Website ( Once you join our Meetup group, please follow the instructions in your welcome email as to filling out contact information with our nonprofit and filling out our volunteer release form.

For any questions, please call (602) 824-8751 or email

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