YaleWomen Connecticut is pleased to recreate one of our most popular community service projects. Tackle hunger in Connecticut with both YaleWomen Connecticut and members of the Yale Class of 1993 on Saturday, November 5 by sorting food at the Connecticut Food Bank’s new Wallingford warehouse during their busy pre-Thanksgiving period.
We will also participate in the Food Bank's Hunger 101 interactive group learning experience, which gives people a taste of what food insecurity—or hunger—really is. We will walk in someone else’s shoes and see firsthand what it’s like to struggle with poverty and food insecurity in Connecticut. After the learning activity we will volunteer in the warehouse preparing food for distribution.
This exciting volunteer opportunity is open to members of YaleWomen Connecticut and their family members/guests 12 and older. We hope to see you there!
Date: Saturday, November 5, 2016
Time: 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Where: Connecticut Food Bank
Address: 2 Research Parkway, Wallingford, CT 06492
to Amy Klein (SY ’93) at firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the “Food Sorting” button in the center of the webpage.
Scroll down to November 5th and select the YaleWomen CT and Class of 1993 (Food Sorting) event.
Click “Sign Up” at the bottom of the page.
New users will need to carry out the registration process and sign an online waiver (follow the instructions on VolunteerHub). (Please note, anyone under 18 will need a printed waiver signed by their guardian to participate in the event. This will be available to print at the end of the registration process. There will also be parental waivers available on site on November 5).
Existing users can sign in and select the November 5th event.
Questions: Contact Amy Klein at email@example.com