Volunteers make everything we do at SFSM possible! In the spirit of all Franciscans, our volunteers want our guests to feel welcome and safe when attending any of our programs. We are hospitable, compassionate and non-judgmental in every aspect of the services we provide.
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Students learn 8 basic cooking skills, create a full meal to enjoy in class, get fresh produce to take home each class, and receive a cooking kit to take home at the end of the series. Each recipe learned features a healthy meal that can feed a family of 4 for under $10! Volunteers for this program assist the students and Chef Instructor with set up, clean up, and cooking during the cooking classes. A meal is provided at the end of each class for volunteers as well.
We offer anyone in need dignity within a safe environment to have a meal served by compassionate volunteers. Breakfast (6:45 am to 9 am) and dinner (3:45 pm to 6 pm) are served Monday through Friday (excluding major holidays). Volunteer groups are welcome to help fill hundreds of shifts each month.
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This program provides an opportunity for volunteers to do service on their own time. We need volunteers to make bag lunches throughout the week to give out to the homeless and day laborers that come through our facility. This is also a great opportunity for student volunteers to assemble sandwiches for our bag lunches as a class project.
Please reach out to Volunteer Director Theresa Diersen at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a convenient time for this volunteer opportunity.
Sarah Center empowers people to learn skills that lead to gainful employment. From sewing to quilting and jewelry making, our unique approach fosters participants’ self-confidence through the creative process. Practically applied the learned skills can be marketed to provide gainful employment and economic independence. Volunteers are needed in the classroom and to help sort donated materials.
Contact the Sarah Center Program Director Lois Shegog at email@example.com for more information.
This program offers a unique, personal connection to those who need special care for their feet. Those experiencing homelessness spend so much time on their feet, frequently walking long distances daily. The Foot Care for the Souls program depends on trained volunteers and community support.
If you’re interested in learning more about this program or becoming a volunteer, please contact Theresa Diersen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Volunteers must be 16 years old if parent/guardian is not volunteering during the same shift. Children as young as 10 can volunteer with a parent/guardian