Second Helpings will reopen Thursdsay, December 27th. While road conditions have improved since the recent snowstorm hit Central Indiana, volunteers are asked to travel with extreme caution. For those volunteers scheduled in for shifts but can’t make it in, that’s okay. We’d rather you be safe than travel in dangerous conditions. Volunteers who need to… Continue reading.
As we were going over the holiday schedule a few weeks ago, some of our volunteers asked that question. Did their day off mean that our neighbors went without food? Second Helpings serves about 70 community agencies, many of which, like senior centers, child care programs and community service centers are already closed on holidays…. Continue reading.
Due to an expected snowstorm with blizzard conditions, Second Helpings will be closed on December 26th. Staff and volunteers are asked to stay home and not report to work. Once conditions are safe for traveling, Second Helpings will reopen. Please watch this page, the Second Helpings Facebook page and follow Second Helpings on Twitter for… Continue reading.
We all like a little variety in our food because eating the same thing every day isn’t just dull; it’s also not nutritionally sound. Volunteers in the hunger relief kitchen know that meals prepared must be nutritious and diverse in flavor. However, since Second Helpings meals are prepared with rescued and donated foods, volunteers must… Continue reading.
Watching Cassie and Damian at work filming the 360 degree, panoramic and interactive photos was fascinating. We think they did a great job of capturing the Second Helpings workspace. Ever wanted to watch the students learning knife skills, check our coolers, or peek in the back of one of our food rescue trucks? Now you… Continue reading.
As a long-time Second Helpings volunteer, I’ve been involved in some discussions recently about how to involve our children in the important work that Second Helpings does. For insurance reasons, we can’t bring our kids to help in the kitchen or deliver food. But one thing that kids can do (sometimes better than the adults)… Continue reading.
It started in first grade. My parents had called my brother, sister and me to the living room to discuss whether we wanted to start a food drive in our neighborhood. I thought it sounded like a great idea, and I immediately volunteered to start one. Mom and Dad, who volunteer very frequently at Second… Continue reading.
February 22, 2012 marked a great day in the history of Second Helpings as we rededicated our building to the mission of transforming lives through the power of food and to service in the community. We were joined in celebration by Glick Family Fund (a CICF Fund) Director Marianne Glick, U.S. Representative André Carson and… Continue reading.
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