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Feed the Hungry - Volunteering - July 29th

posted Jun 27, 2012, 11:55 AM by Mitchel Stretch   [ updated Aug 22, 2012, 9:16 AM by U of C Catholic Community ]
: UCCC Volunteer names needed by mid July!
What: Feed the Hungry dinner program
When: July 29th, Dinner prep 9:30 to early afternoon, Dinner service 2:45pm to 6pm
Where: St. Mary’s Hall (221 – 18th Avenue SW)

The UCCC is sponsoring a dinner at Feed the Hungry on Sunday July 29.  Volunteers from the community are needed to help set up and put on the event (we need about 50 people).  This is a great chance to give back to your community!

Feed the Hungry is a weekly Sunday dinner program that serves a full course meal including dessert to homeless and
underprivileged individuals and families within our community.  Approximately 500 people enjoy Sunday dinner each week at Feed the Hungry.

If you're interested please contact us at before July 15th.

See the attached documents below for more information.

Frequently asked questions:

Where is the dinner?

Our dinner is held at St. Mary’s Hall (221 – 18th Avenue SW) right next to St. Mary’s Cathedral. You can find us just
one block west of St. Mary’s High School or just east of St. Monica’s Elementary School.

Who can help?

You can! It is recommended that those under age 12 work together with an adult and all volunteers should be at least
six years in age. (Please see attached job descriptions for more details).

What time do we need to be there?

Volunteers assisting in the morning should arrive at 9:30am. Volunteers assisting in the afternoon should arrive by
2:45pm. Specialized volunteers may have different times. (Please see attached job descriptions for specific shift

Where do I park?

Please park behind the hall in the church parking lot or in the St. Monica
School parking lot right next to the hall. Please leave your valuables at home
or lock them in the trunk of your car.

How do I access the hall?

Please enter the hall from the east side entrance through the small
glass vestibule.

What do I wear?

Out of respect for our guests, we ask that you dress comfortably but conservatively. In order to comply with health &
safety practices, close toed shoes are required. Aprons and serving gloves are provided. Coats can be hung on
designated coat racks. Please leave your valuables at home or lock them in the trunk of your car.

What do I do when I arrive?

Sign in at the Volunteer Table (front of hall), make yourself a name tag, and then report to the Program Coordinator
or Assistant Coordinator for instructions and orientation.

Who do I call if I can’t make my shift?

Please contact the coordinator for your the UCCC team prior to the event (Luis Garcia, or call St. Mary’s Hall on Sunday at
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