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Society of St. AndrewIndianapolis
Society of St. Andrew brings people together to harvest and share healthy food, reduce food waste, and build caring communities by offering nourishment to hungry neighbors. America's lead gleaning organization now has an office in Indiana. Organizing volunteers to glean farmers' excess produce and give all of that fresh, nutritious produce to local hunger relief agencies. There are ongoing gleaning opportunities throughout the state. The calendar can be found here: www.endhunger.org/indiana-calendar. Welcome volunteers of all ages to glean.
Society of St. Andrew - Gleaning OpportunitiesIndianapolis
Society of St. Andrew is a national gleaning organization. Society of St. Andrew (SoSA) brings people together to harvest and share healthy food, reduce food waste and build caring communities by offering nourishment to hungry neighbors. SoSA organizes volunteers to glean farmers' surplus produce and that healthy, nutritious food is donated directly to local hunger relief organizations. Volunteers of all ages are welcome to come and glean! Volunteers can create a profile and sign up for a gleaning event here: https://endhunger.org/indiana/. SoSA has regional offices in the following states with opportunities: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Ohio, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
Reins Of Life, Inc Volunteer OpportunityMichigan City
Reins of Life is a therapeutic horseback riding center that offers equine assisted services to individuals with disabilities, veterans, special education classes, and more! We are primarily run by volunteers with a small number of staff. We are always in need of daytime volunteers who help lead horses, assist riders and students in equestrian lessons and during groups, and help with other needs. Anyone over the age of 13 is eligible to volunteer! It is an active, fun, and engaging place to volunteer...and a great work out! We have two locations in NWI, Michigan City and South Bend. Volunteering at Reins of Life requires a weekly commitment whenever possible. Schedules change sometimes but usually have some consistency. Because of the nature of our programs, all interested volunteers would need training beforehand as well.
Meijer stores looking for hardworking team members that would like a career with a growing company. Careers are not just in the stores, but across the company; in the corporate office, distribution facilities, dairies and bakeries, there is something for everyone! Meijer operates in all major markets in Michigan, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois and Ohio, with stores opening in Cleveland in 2019. New stores are opening every year in our newest markets in Wisconsin. Get your foot in the door today to work toward a brighter future. Visit the Career site for a constantly updating list of open positions.
Becoming a foster ParentSt. Joe County, Elkhart County
Christian Foster Care company in desperate need of new foster parents. Reaching out to the home school community to find interested parents.