Posts Tagged: volunteers

Second Helpings closed January 12, 2019

Due to the winter weather advisory, Second Helpings will be closed Saturday, January 12, 2019. Staff and volunteers should not report. All social service agencies who need meals will receive them on Friday.

Closed due to weather: November 15, 2018

Due to inclement weather and icy roads, Second Helpings is closed on Thursday, November 15, 2018. Staff and volunteers are asked to stay home and not report to work. Once conditions are safe for traveling, Second Helpings will reopen. Wristbands for Tonic Ball presented by Eskenazi Health will be available when Will Call opens at… Continue reading.

2-Hour Delay: Friday, January 12, 2018

Due to icy road conditions, Second Helpings will operate on a two-hour delay on Friday, January 12, 2018. The morning volunteer shift i& culinary job training class s canceled. All students and staff will arrive after 10am. If you are a partner agency expecting a morning meal delivery, you can contact agency relations manager, Patty… Continue reading.

Volunteers launch campaign to sponsor Class 100

Have we mentioned we have the best volunteers in the world? Of course we have, but let’s say it again to underscore this verifiable fact. Recently, our volunteers launched a campaign in support of the upcoming 100th free culinary job training class at Second Helpings. To celebrate this milestone, the volunteers have committed to sponsoring… Continue reading.

Second Helpings will close July 1-4, 2017

Second Helpings will be closed from Saturday, July 1 through Tuesday, July 4, 2017 in honor of Independence Day. All hunger relief meals will be distributed ahead of the holiday weekend. Staff and volunteers will return on Wednesday, July 5th, refreshed and ready to send more thanĀ 4,000 meals into the Central Indiana community each day…. Continue reading.

1,900+ Hour Volunteers

In honor of Volunteer Appreciation Week, we’re honoring the people who have spent the most time volunteering at Second Helpings! We couldn’t do it without these volunteers, and countless others who donate their time to feeding Indy.   Leo Scott (7,030 hours) (retired) – Leo Scott was a volunteer even before there was a Second… Continue reading.