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Volunteers Helping Us

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Presentation used at 2009 Volunteer Appreciation Open House

Presentation used at 2009 Volunteer Appreciation Open House

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  • 1. Volunteers Helping Us Countless lives have been touched Because of you…
  • 2.  
  • 3. Year Round Volunteer Opportunities
    • Meal Program and Kitchen
    • Food Pantry
    • Thrift Store
    • Warehouse
    • Office
  • 4.  
  • 5. Meal Program and Kitchen
    • Volunteers helped us prepare and serve food to our shelter residents and the general public
    • 365 days a year, 7 days a week…we are never closed!
    • 309 volunteers
    • 3,398 volunteer hours
  • 6.  
  • 7. Food Pantry
    • Volunteers registered clients and helped make shopping lists, they also filled bags with food
    • Volunteers also picked up donations at local food drives, unloaded trucks, and stocked shelves
    • 148 volunteers
    • 2,189 volunteer hours
  • 8.  
  • 9. Thrift Store
    • Volunteers helped receive donations, sort and tag items, hang clothes on racks
    • 95 volunteers
    • 706 volunteer hours
  • 10. Warehouse
    • Volunteers helped us unload trucks of food from donors and local food drives, sort and box food for storage, helped keep the warehouse clean and organized
    • 17 volunteers
    • 189 volunteer hours
  • 11. Office Volunteers
    • Volunteers helped us answer phone calls, file, prepare mailings, stuff envelopes, prepare brochures and flyers for events
    • They helped us with data entry, bookkeeping tasks, receptionist duties, and being a friendly face in our office
    • 26 volunteers
    • 915 volunteer hours
  • 12. Feed the Kids Summer Lunch Program
  • 13. Feed the Kids
  • 14. Feed the Kids Details
    • Brown bag lunches served to children at area parks and Boys and Girls Clubs
    • 3415 lunches served in June, July, and August
    • 47 volunteers helped with the program
    • 334 hours of volunteer service
  • 15. Back to School Program New clothing for school age children
  • 16. Back to School Details
    • 2008 was the first year of a new, extended program focusing on providing new clothing to children
    • 153 families served
    • 474 children received new clothing and shoes
    • 2,370 items distributed
    • Over 40 adopters
    • Cooperation with Walmart, Shopko, Payless Shoe Source, Kmart, Valley View Mall, and other local businesses and churches
  • 17.  
  • 18. Coats for Kids Program
    • 15 volunteers gave 65 hours of service distributing coats and other winter wear to families
    • Over 600 coats and snowpants
    • Over 200 pairs of boots
    • Over 700 hats, mittens, gloves, and scarves
  • 19. Christmas Registration
    • 12 volunteers gave….
    • Over 100 hours of service registering families for the Caring Tree and Christmas Food Basket programs
  • 20.  
  • 21. Caring Tree
    • 18 volunteers gave 110 hours of service
    • Volunteers picked up gifts at Valley View Mall and transported them to The Salvation Army, checked in the gifts, and prepared them for distribution
    • 953 children from 358 families received Caring Tree gifts that included new clothing and a book
  • 22. Christmas Food Basket Distribution
    • 55 volunteers gave 227 hours of service
    • Volunteers helped to fill the food boxes, carry the boxes to vehicles, and wished a Merry Christmas to everyone who came!
    • Over 300 families received food baskets
  • 23.  
  • 24. Red Kettle Campaign
    • Over 700 volunteer bellringers
    • These volunteers rang the bell for 1,640 hours
    • 14 volunteers helped us count the money received from the kettles
    • These volunteers gave us over 60 hours of service
    • You helped us exceed our goal!
  • 25. Without your help, we couldn’t do the things we do. We appreciate you!