Volunteer at St. Francis Table
St. Francis Table at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in downtown Atlanta is in need of volunteers to assist in their food program to feed the hungry. Each Saturday, St. Francis may feed as many as 500 people.
Volunteers should expect a variety of job assignments in preparation of a buffet-style setup in the dining hall. The food is provided by the Atlanta Food Bank. Please remember those who may be homeless and looking for their next meal or place of shelter. Your time & talent is much appreciated! LAST DAY TO SIGN-UP is Friday September 28th COB
WHEN: Saturday, October 6th , 2018
WHERE: St. Francis Table at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
48 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, SW
Atlanta, Georgia 30303
SHIFT: 0700 to 1200 (20 volunteers needed)
Volunteer Guidelines: Volunteers may bring children who are at least 8 years of age, but children must be supervised at all times. Family members will be accommodated, if possible.
Appropriate Attire: Please dress appropriately for kitchen and dining hall work (closed-toe shoes only). A PHS t-shirt and jeans is appropriate. St. Francis will provide protective gloves for food handling.
Parking is available kitty-corner from the Shrine at the Underground Atlanta Parking Deck for $12.00 per vehicle. Unfortunately the Shrine is unable to validate for parking on Saturdays. There is very limited free parking near the Shrine.
Please email CDR Jacinta Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org ) and CDR Kanta Sircar (email@example.com) by September 28th to sign up or for more information and include the below information. A reminder announcement will be sent prior to the event.
PHS# & Employee ID#
Preference will be given to current ACOA members.
ACOA members will receive a letter of appreciation at the end of the year which can be included in your eOPF.
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