Boobs4Food SF Feb2010 Volunteer Event: Project Open Hand
Boobs4Food SF will be at Project Open Hand on Saturday 2/6/2010 11:00am – 4:00pm.
We hope you can join us for a few rewarding hours providing “meals with love” to the clients of this amazing program. Please arrive promptly at 11:00am, we will have a team member out front to greet you at 730 Polk St. (between Eddy & Ellis at Willow).
Since 1985, Project Open Hand has been providing “meals with love” to people living with serious illnesses and to seniors in San Francisco and Alameda County.
Project Open Hand provides food and nourishment to improve the quality of life of the men, women and children it serves. Project Open Hand programs include: meal, grocery and nutrition information, education and referral for people with symptomatic HIV and AIDS; congregate lunch and nutrition education for people over 60 years of age; and meal service for homebound critically ill people under the age of 60.
Project Open Hand is a partnership of volunteers, donors, and staff working to provide vital nourishment to people
living with HIV/AIDS, Seniors, and Homebound individuals living with serious illness. Kitchen volunteers work with the Volunteer Coordinator and the Kitchen staff to complete those tasks necessary to provide meals for our clients.
- Food preparation such as, but not limited to, chopping, slicing, dicing, peeling, grating, and/or mincing of vegetables for the kitchen chefs.
- Labeling meal containers for delivery.
- Packing prepared hot meals in containers.
- Packing desserts for delivery routes.
- Packing frozen meals in groups of seven for delivery.
Street parking is available along Polk, please read all signs carefully to avoid parking tickets.
Please wear closed toe shoes (leave your flipflops at home) & dress comfortably as there might be light lifting and we highly recommend leaving your valuables at home.
- Team Boobs4Food SF