Volunteer.

The work that Shalom Center does in the community is only possible due to the support of people in our community volunteering their time, talent, and skills. In order to volunteer, we want to get to know you. We ask that you fill out our simple Volunteer Application which helps us better understand what you are looking to do. Some of the most common questions can be found on our Frequently Asked Questions. We thank you for thinking of us!

Don't see what you are looking for? Send us an email, we love helping you connect to possibility!

Due to COVID-19, many opportunities are limited to the amount of people permitted to be in the building leading to limited volunteer opportunities and responsibilities. Click here for information on volunteering during COVID-19. For information on Shalom Center's COVID-19 response, click here.

Food Pantry
  • Help load carts to be distributed into clients' cars.

  • Stocking, sorting, and shelving food donations. 

  • Check expiration dates of products on shelves.

Special Note: This opportunity involves standing, bending, and lifting (between 5-50 pounds).

Soup Kitchen
  • Help deep clean the kitchen and sort items.

Help Fundraise!
  • We are looking to build a community of volunteers interested in helping organize, participate, and manage the variety of events support the Shalom Center's efforts.

Warehouse
  • Help unload produce, goods, and food.

  • Sorted, stock, and shelve donations in warehouse.


Special Note: This opportunity involves standing, bending, and lifting (between 5-50 pounds).

Building Volunteer
  • Light janitorial work.

  • Light admin work including filing, making phone calls, manage recurring reports, and learning systems.

Group Efforts

We are currently looking for groups to help build boxes which are distributed to families and individuals in need across our community. 

What is a box build?

A group of individuals in assembly line form (with social distancing built in), 

COVID-19 Guidelines for Volunteers

Face masks that cover nose and mouth are required for all volunteers.

We ask that volunteers experiencing the following do not report for scheduled volunteer opportunities including:

- Fever or Chills. - Cough. -Shortness of breath

- Difficulty breathing - Fatigue. -Muscle or body aches

- Headache  - New loss of taste or smell. - Sore throat

-  Congestion or Runny Nose. - Nausea or vomiting

-  Diarrhea  - In contact with someone with confirmed or suspected COVID-19 symptoms/case

 
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