On Mondays, he throws his creativity into the tilt skillet and on Wednesdays he hops behind the wheel to deliver those tasty meals out to the community. Every. Single. Week. The phrase should most definitely be “Tim of all trades.” For years, our volunteers from Allisonville Christian Church have been remarkable stewards of the mission… Continue reading.
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Since 2015, James House has tirelessly dedicated nearly 800 hours of his time ensuring that no Second Helpings task goes unfinished. The saying should be “a James of all trades” because this man has the talents to do just about anything under the sun – especially when it comes to fulfilling our mission. Currently, you… Continue reading.
Meet radiant Rise! She’s that lovely lady you see at least three times a week doing just about anything and everything that needs to be done here at Second Helpings. She began volunteering during the 2016 holiday season and in just a year and half has provided over 300 hours of her precious time to… Continue reading.
The Hoosier Welshman! If you’ve ever volunteered on a Tuesday, chances are you’ve had the pleasure of conversing with Stephen about one interesting thing or another. He’s quite the character and this Carol Adams Award winner has dedicated over 1,030 hours of his time since 2013 to spreading the mission of Second Helpings. Stephen was… Continue reading.
We all know that Food Rescue can be a pretty intense volunteer gig, so when someone commits an entire day each week to gathering hundreds of pounds of donated food, we think it’s time that person received some recognition. Since 2014, Kirk Williams has dedicated nearly 950 hours of his time to rescuing food every… Continue reading.
Jerry Baker has been a member of our volunteer family for over a year, and he has made quite an impact on the mission of Second Helpings. With nearly 200 hours of service under his belt, he has become our go to guy for everything from Meal Delivery to maintenance. Jerry was referred to Second… Continue reading.
Ever wonder, “Who is that lovely lady that seems to help out with just about everything?” It’s Francine Stonehouse! She began volunteering in February of this year and has already served over 250 hours. I know, right?! It isn’t even December yet! Francine learned about Second Helpings while volunteering at another wonderful local nonprofit, Keep Indianapolis… Continue reading.
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