VOLUNTEERS NEEDED TO COLLECT PRODUCE ON FARMER’s MARKET DAYS
Community Action is partnering with Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market and we are looking for a few volunteers to help with weighing and produce pickup on Wednesdays at 6:30-7:30 pm (1-2 volunteers) and Saturdays at 12:30-1:30 pm (2-3 volunteers) when the market closes. The volunteers would meet with the farmers at their stands to collect food, weigh it, prepare and provide a donation receipt for vendors and then place it on the shelf in the cooler. The produce that is donated would go to our Food Distribution Warehouse to be distributed to our 10 area food pantries. This is such a great opportunity for us to receive fresh fruits and vegetables for our food pantries. We will need volunteers starting in June through October. Please call Karen Bruggman at 860-4334 or email@example.com
VOLUNTARIOS NECESITADOS PARA RECOGER PRODUCIENDO DÍAS DEL MERCADO DEL GRANJERO
Community Action se asocia con Wenatchee Valley Farmers Market y estamos buscando algunos voluntarios para ayudar a pesar y producir la recolección los miércoles de 6:30 a 7:30 pm (1 a 2 voluntarios) y los sábados de 12:30 a 1:30 pm (2-3 voluntarios) cuando el mercado cierra. Los voluntarios se reunirían con los agricultores en sus puestos para recolectar alimentos, pesarlos, preparar y proporcionar un recibo de donación para los vendedores y luego colocarlos en el estante en la nevera. Los productos que se donan irán a nuestro Almacén de Distribución de Alimentos para ser distribuidos a nuestras 10 bancos de alimentos del área. Esta es una gran oportunidad para que recibamos frutas y verduras frescas para nuestros bancos de alimentos. Necesitaremos voluntarios a partir de junio a octubre. Llame a Karen Bruggman al 860-4334 o firstname.lastname@example.org
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The NCW Food Distribution Center is in need of several volunteers to help with day-to-day activities such as gleaning food from various local grocery stores, cleaning and organizing the Distribution Center, and delivering food to our 9 area food banks and programs. For more information on available volunteer positions click here. The Literacy Council always has a need for community members to volunteer as tutors. No knowledge of Spanish is necessary. For more information, check out their website here.
We need help with the planning and coordination of our Wenatchee Valley Empty Bowls event. If you enjoy crafts, hunger relief and event planning consider joining our Wenatchee Valley Empty Bowls Planning Committee. For more information, check out our event page here. If you're retired or a senior: consider joining the Retired Senior Volunteer Corps (RSVP). RSVP is for volunteers 55 and older to lend their time and expertise in community service to non-profit organizations. In doing so, these volunteers will be provided with meaningful and on-going volunteer opportunities while they increase the capacity of their communities to address those critical needs.
Chelan-Douglas Community Action Council operates the Wenatchee Food Distribution Center, which distributes food to different local food banks. To donate food to a specific food bank or to the food distribution center, contact our office at 620 Lewis Street, Wenatchee (509) 662-6156.
Consider taking part in our Green Bags Program: A door to door food collection program that will provide a steady supply of food to local Chelan-Douglas County food pantries. The program is really easy!Just sign up and receive a green shopping bag. Each time you go shopping, buy one extra non-perishable food item. Store it in your bag and on the second Saturday of every other month, a volunteer will pick up the bag, leave another in its place and take the filled bag to the North Central Washington Food Distribution Center.
Host a Food Drive at your place of business, event, or organization. Contact us at (509) 662-6156 to discuss details.
Education Attend a Poverty Simulation and learn more about the realities of poverty. Community Action hosts a few every year and would be happy to share one with your group or organization. For more information about a Poverty Simulation email us at email@example.com
Keep an eye out for events that we host. Our annual Spelling Bee benefits the Literacy Council, and Empty Bowls goes towards the Food Distribution Center.
Your monetary donations are greatly appreciated and will go to enhance one of our existing programs of your choice or to where the funds are most needed if unspecified. If you represent an organization who would like to support us, please let us know.
Go Shopping You can help Community Action even when you're shopping at some of your favorite stores! When shopping online at Amazon.com you can simply switch to Amazon Smile, same great experience, but a portion of your purchase goes to your favorite charitable organization.
You can also donate when you pay your Chelan PUD bill for the Helping Hand program. Helping Hand helps low-income families pay their electric bills. Customers can automatically make a Helping Hand donation every time they pay their bill. Just fill out and submit the form, noting the amount you'd like to add to your bill each month to contribute to Helping Hand. If you have any questions about the program, call (509) 661-8002.
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