Have you met this fantastic lady yet? We hit the jackpot when terrific Thoma decided to join our lovely volunteer family! She volunteers several times each week and has contributed nearly 400 hours of service since September 2016 to transforming lives through the power of food. Thoma was introduced to Second Helpings through her participation… Continue reading.
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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.
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.
Julie Yeater, our February 2018 Volunteer of the Month, has been a true gift to Second Helpings. In December 2015, Julie had returned to the United States after five years spent working in Austria and was looking for an organization where she could volunteer knowing her efforts would make a difference. Another Second Helpings volunteer… Continue reading.
We are consistently humbled and amazed by the diverse group of volunteers who so generously give of their time, talent and energy in support of Second Helpings’ mission to transform lives through the power of food. Recently, we were visited by Chad Yanen, a 29 year-old who is using a cross-country roadtrip as an opportunity… Continue reading.
Who is that beautiful, smiling face you see volunteering at Second Helpings so frequently? It’s September’s Volunteer of the Month, Toni Winstead! Toni has been a volunteer since March 2012 and has provided over 625 hours of tireless service to helping transform lives through the power of food. She found out about Second Helpings through… Continue reading.
Leo Arriola might just be one of the most inspirational young people you will ever meet. He began volunteering at Second Helpings during his 2016 summer break and loved it so much, he never left. He quickly won over the hearts of staff and volunteers with his sincere dedication and passion for carrying out our… Continue reading.
Second Helpings has amazing volunteers who donate their time and energy to transforming lives. Who introduces new volunteers to Second Helpings and helps current volunteers with anything they need? That smiling face and half of the incredible volunteer team is Manager of Volunteer Services Adriane Rios. A nonnative Hoosier, Adriane grew up and went to… Continue reading.
Reis-Nichols, a family-owned and operated jeweler, believes strongly in giving back to the Indianapolis community. Over the past 10 years, they have been involved with Second Helpings as one way to do just that. According to Cindy Nichols, Vice President of Reis-Nichols Jewelers, Second Helpings is clearly one of her staff’s favorite nonprofits to volunteer… Continue reading.
Here at Second Helpings, there are hundreds of volunteers who work daily in many different areas in the organization. Without them and other supporters, Second Helpings could not do what it does. Below are listed our volunteering opportunities – if you are a current volunteer, where do you work and what’s your favorite part about… Continue reading.
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