Age Minimum (with Adult): 16+, Minimum Age:16+
Distribute Food at East End House Pantry
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Volunteers set up/clean up the pantry space, help receive weekly produce donations, and assist clients as they choose their own groceries from our available fresh produce and shelf-stable foods. After pantry is over, volunteers also help set-up grocery bags for senior citizens or families in the EEH, depending on the day. People skills are a must for this opportunity! Our distribution is also an ideal time to employ or practice language skills - particularly Haitian Creole, Portuguese, and Spanish. Volunteers should be able to comfortably lift a minimum of 20 lbs, though we are happy to make reasonable accommodations.
- T-accessible: (Red Line to Kendall/MIT), Green Line (Lechemere)
- Metered Street Parking
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