For Brock Lee (alias), attending the musical fundraiser Tonic Ball every year became a way to enjoy the music while also donating to a great cause. In 2014, Brock needed to go pick up his tickets and t-shirt at Second Helpings. He began talking to a volunteer who came in once a month and talked about… Continue reading.
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Second Helpings has some incredible long-term volunteers who have whipped together delicious dishes, delivered thousands of meals, or dutifully sorted through huge piles of bread. It also has some amazing newer volunteers who have found a passion in serving at Second Helpings, and quickly and willingly volunteer in any way. As we turn the page… Continue reading.
The mission of Second Helpings is to transform lives through the power of food. While this regularly applies to rescuing food, feeding the hungry, and teaching job skills to unemployed or underemployed adults, it also relates to special cases. A volunteer is a person who willingly gives their time and energy to achieve a goal… Continue reading.
This morning we were honored to have Governor and Mrs. Pence working in our Hunger Relief kitchen alongside our Wednesday volunteers. Second Helpings has always been of our community, for our community. It is a place where people of all faiths, ideologies, and walks of life are welcomed and come together to serve those in… Continue reading.
Tales from the Table is a weekly blog post spotlighting the donors, volunteers, partner agencies and others who serve Second Helpings’ mission. At Second Helpings, we believe that all of the best conversations are shared over a meal. We like to think that we are starting 4,000 conversations per day through our hunger relief efforts. With that… Continue reading.
Each day, volunteers and staff gather at Second Helpings with one goal — create and deliver meals that make a difference in our community. Volunteers chopping vegetables or loading food for delivery may not count each meal while they’re working. However, all that food adds up to hundreds of thousands of meals delivered in our… Continue reading.
On a normal day, the kitchen at the Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center is humming. Cooks work hard every day to prepare meals for the 115 men at the center on West Washington Street, and many of the ingredients used in the kitchen come from Second Helpings. For about 10 years, Second Helpings has given… Continue reading.
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