Sat, February 9th: North Helpline
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Event Name:
North Helpline
Location: North Helpline
Address: 12736 33rd Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98125 (map)
Date: Sat, February 9th    9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Staff:
Manager: Jakob B (email) Coordinator: Benson L
(RSVP)  
Description:

What we'll be doing

Volunteers will be performing various duties that include: food distribution, greeting, client check-in help, carrying groceries to cars, re-stocking food crates on the line, and sorting food. Volunteers may also assist with setting up and closing of the food bank.  Volunteers will learn about the great need for social service programs in their community and how families survive in difficult economic times.

What you should know

Volunteers must wear close-toed shoes and comfortable working clothes. Work is done in a warehouse, so dress warmly. Parking can be found one building south from our building on 33rd Ave NE. This parking lot is in front of several abandoned apartment buildings, next to the “Aqua Dive” building.


Organization: North Helpline

North Helpline is a non-profit organization that works to alleviate financial crisis for our community by providing basic human resources such as nutritious food, hygiene items, baby supplies, eviction prevention, utility shutoff prevention, and move-in support. Founded in 1989 by a community of citizens concerned about the welfare of their neighbors, North Helpline now serves over 2,500 unduplicated households each year and distributes over one million pounds of food through the our food bank. Since its inception, North Helpline has earned a reputation in the community as a place that serves the low-income and homeless population with dignity and respect.
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