G4G Dallas – Fort Worth + Minnie’s Food Pantry | September 23, 2023
G4G DFW+ Minnie's Food Pantry
September 23, 2023
7:45 am - 12:00 pm
Join G4G Dallas – Fort Worth at Minnie’s Food Pantry! Volunteers will have contactless interaction with clients. We will be placing food items in the trunks of client’s vehicles via drive through distribution. We will also help by preparing bags filled with fresh produce & dairy items, bags filled with frozen items, such as meats and ready-to-eat meals, stocking shelves, sorting donations, preparing boxes, assisting at Minnie’s Boutique, etc. (volunteer tasks may vary based on organizational needs).
If you have any questions, please email our Chapter Leaders at email@example.com
Date: Saturday, September 23rd
Time: 7:45am –12:00pm
Location: 671 18th St. Plano, TX. 75074
Parking: Please park in front of Suite 671, Minnie’s Empowerment Center.
Project Leads: Greg
Age Restrictions: 16+ (volunteers under 18 must be accompanied by an adult)
Additional Information: Volunteers should wear closed-toe shoes and appropriate clothing such as jeans, shorts and t-shirts. No sandals/flip-flops, extremely short skirts/shorts or low-cut shirts. Individuals wearing opened toed shoes and inappropriate clothing will not be allowed to volunteer.
*FOR FIRST TIME VOLUNTEERS: Please complete the volunteer registration here.*
BONUS: Please consider donating some most needed items when you come to volunteer! Minnie’s is a community-based organization and depends on individuals and/or groups to help provide meals to the families we serve! Items needed include: a $25 gift card from your local grocery store (Walmart, Target, Kroger, Market Street, Amazon etc.), boxed cereal, kid friendly snack items, Hamburger Helper meals, and boxed mashed potatoes.
About Our Partner: Minnie’s Food Pantry is a nonprofit organization headquartered in Plano, Texas. We believe that overall wellness begins with healthy food and financial education. Our ultimate goal is to provide numerous programs that help families gain long-term food security and to break the generational curse of people (especially children) in low-income areas not having access to fresh fruits and vegetables.