Global Volunteer Month (formerly National Volunteer Week) is an opportunity to celebrate the impact of volunteer service and the power of volunteers to tackle society's greatest challenges, to build stronger, more vibrant communities, and to take action that changes the world.

Over the past year, we have seen a renewed energy for civic engagement as people around the world use their voice and actions to respond to a global pandemic, racial justice, and social equity. A monthlong celebration of volunteer service, Global Volunteer Month provides the perfect opportunity to shine a light on the individuals and organizations that are making a difference in their communities.

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FOOD: Lucky Duck Meals for the Unsheltered Homeless Program in Chula Vista

There are 4,000+ unsheltered homeless individuals on the streets with scarce access to food and water. This initiative provides food and water to outreach workers who distribute it to unsheltered individuals to provide nourishment and water and to ultimately help end their homelessness. Help sort and load boxes into a “pick-up ready” configuration and then load meals into service providers' vehicles. You can be helpful by taking the direction of a team member and stacking and moving boxes carefully and efficiently. Expect some physical labor. Volunteers typically spend their time moving boxes that weigh about 20 lbs at distances of 5-20 feet (between the pallets and the vehicles). Also don’t forget to have some fun and remember why we’re out here: to help those who are down on their luck. Project Requirements & Important Notes Attire: This project is outside so wearing sun protection is recommended. Always check the weather forecast, but know that it does get hot at the distribution site, especially given the physical nature of the work. Closed-toe boots/sneakers that you feel comfortable moving boxes for an hour in are a must. Physical Requirements: Able to stand for the duration of the shift and lift boxes that weigh 20-25 pounds. Avoiding Injury: Poor lifting form will lead to injury and pain. You should only bend with your knees and hips, keep your back straight, and keep your shoulders back. Slowly lift by straightening your hips and knees (not your back). Hold the box as close to your body as possible. Set the box down by bending your knees and hips only (it is very easy to get in the habit of setting boxes down in cars by bending your back). About The Lucky Duck Foundation The Lucky Duck Foundation is committed to raising awareness and funds to help alleviate the homelessness epidemic in San Diego County; and providing support and relief from harsh conditions to the thousands of homeless individuals and families living on our streets.

Chula Vista, CA

4/12/21 7:30 AM + more

FOOD: Lucky Duck Meals for the Unsheltered Homeless Program in Miramar

There are 4,000+ unsheltered homeless individuals on the streets with scarce access to food and water. This initiative provides food and water to outreach workers who distribute it to unsheltered individuals to provide nourishment and water and to ultimately help end their homelessness. Help sort and load boxes into a “pick-up ready” configuration and then load meals into service providers' vehicles. You can be helpful by taking the direction of a team member and stacking and moving boxes carefully and efficiently. Expect some physical labor. Volunteers typically spend their time moving boxes that weigh about 20 lbs at distances of 5-20 feet (between the pallets and the vehicles). Also don’t forget to have some fun and remember why we’re out here: to help those who are down on their luck. Project Requirements & Important Notes Attire: This project is outside so wearing sun protection is recommended. Always check the weather forecast, but know that it does get hot at the distribution site, especially given the physical nature of the work. Closed-toe boots/sneakers that you feel comfortable moving boxes for an hour in are a must. Physical Requirements: Able to stand for the duration of the shift and lift boxes that weigh 20-25 pounds. Avoiding Injury: Poor lifting form will lead to injury and pain. You should only bend with your knees and hips, keep your back straight, and keep your shoulders back. Slowly lift by straightening your hips and knees (not your back). Hold the box as close to your body as possible. Set the box down by bending your knees and hips only (it is very easy to get in the habit of setting boxes down in cars by bending your back). About The Lucky Duck Foundation The Lucky Duck Foundation is committed to raising awareness and funds to help alleviate the homelessness epidemic in San Diego County; and providing support and relief from harsh conditions to the thousands of homeless individuals and families living on our streets.

San Diego, CA

4/12/21 7:30 AM + more

FOOD: Lucky Duck Meal Distribution

Help distribute food and water to about 75 unsheltered homeless individuals in downtown San Diego. Volunteers can either engage directly with unsheltered neighbors by walking the nearby streets and handing out food and water or station themselves at the tables that Lucky Duck Foundation sets up to hand out meals. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Comfortable walking shoes and weather appropriate attire, this project will be outdoors. Wearing a face mask is required. Bring: Disposable gloves for your personal protection. Gloves will be available if needed but supplies are very limited. Volunteers should bring and use their own gloves if possible. Physical Requirements: Be able to walk medium distances and carry a few bags of food and water. About The Lucky Duck Foundation The Lucky Duck Foundation is committed to raising awareness and funds to help alleviate the homelessness epidemic in San Diego County; and providing support and relief from harsh conditions to the thousands of homeless individuals and families living on our streets.

San Diego, CA

4/12/21 8:15 AM + more

FOOD: Child Nutrition Program

Heaven's Windows is a sponsor of the Summer Food Service Program and the Child Adult Care Food Program. They provide meals and snacks to give a nutritional boost to children, under the age 18 years, in areas where 50% or more of children eligible for free or reduced school lunch. Heaven's Windows plans the menus and volunteers help by repackaging components, assembling meal kits, and preparing them for pickup and delivery. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Closed-toe shoes are required. Wear clothes that you don't mind get dirty. Gloves are available. Masks are mandatory. Physical Requirements: Bending, lifting at least 10 lbs., standing Weather: This project is not cancelled for rain. Canopies are available for volunteers.​ About Heaven's Windows Heaven's Windows' mission is to elevate the current living conditions of poverty-stricken residents of San Diego County. To assist in establishing a stable and productive status of living, while providing support for building strong families as an investment in the future of California and our nation.

Spring Valley, CA

4/13/21 9:00 AM + more

SORT: Organize Thrift Store Donations

Auntie Helen's serves individuals with low incomes or with underlying health conditions such as HIV/AIDS. They are self-supportive through their thrift store and private donations which fund programs such as delivering groceries to families and helping individuals through addiction recovery. Currently they are hosting sales on their sidewalk space and not allowing customers inside for their safety and the safety of staff/volunteers. Volunteers are needed at their thrift store to sort, fold and hang donations, disbursing them between various designated areas. Your help will allow them to run the thrift store's in-person and online shopping more efficiently. Once a week Auntie Helen's distributes groceries to 300+ families, volunteers may be asked to help with bagging and distributing food as well. During the months of November and December, Auntie Helen's offers a 25% discount on their sidewalk sale items to volunteers before or after their shift as a thank you. Project Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Wear comfortable attire and closed-toe shoes Physical Requirements: Auntie Helen's is able to work within any physical requirements. Volunteers may be asked to help with lifting heavy items, please let the Volunteer Leader know if you are not comfortable with those tasks. ​Safety: Face masks are required at all times. Social distancing guidelines are observed per CDC guidelines. About Auntie Helen's Community Thrift Auntie Helen's Community Thrift envisions a community where people living with HIV/AIDS can have an empowered, loving life without barriers.

San Diego, CA

4/12/21 9:00 AM + more

ECO: Farm at Wild Willow

Often the best way to learn is by doing. Get a taste of the myriad of things a farmer does while preparing and growing San Diego seasonal plantings of vegetables, greens, medicinal and culinary herbs and cover crops at Wild Willow Farm. Volunteer tasks depend on your level of experience, abilities, and the needs of the farm that week. Tasks might include: mucking animal pens, weeding, bed building, planting, developing areas for their classes and field trips, mulching, putting up structures, composting, and more! The farm is a great place for people of all ages and abilities. You'll get to work with Wild Willow Farm farmers, team leaders, and interns. WWF is an educational farm, so there's no experience required, and they'll teach you everything you need to know to be involved. Don't hesitate to ask them any questions. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Closed-toe shoes (no sandals), long pants and sleeves, sun hat, and a mask. Bring: Sunscreen, refillable water bottle, snacks. Please come prepared for sunshine, cold, heat and working in the dirt. They have bugs, all kinds of wild plants, animals, and more, so please bring any medications you need for allergies. All necessary tools and gloves will be provided. Safety: People safety is as important to Wild Willow Farm as food safety, so please do not come if you have been sick, please wear a mask, and observe appropriate social distancing. They are doing their best to keep their farmers and community safe, so please respect necessary precautions. ​Physical Abilities: Wild Willow Farm welcomes people of all ages and abilities. Weather: Even though it only rains 10" a year on average in San Diego, when it does rain, it can get uncomfortably muddy on the farm. If it's been raining heavily at the farm over several days or there is prediction of significant amounts of rain for an upcoming project, more than likely the volunteering day will be canceled. Volunteers will be notified via email if a project is canceled. About Wild Willow Farm Wild Willow Farm is a space for biocultural diversity that provides educational experiences to nurture self-empowerment and inspire people to connect to food, land and each other. Under the Resource Conservation District, they also work to protect, conserve, and restore natural resources through education, information, and technical assistance programs.

San Diego, CA

4/12/21 9:30 AM + more

ECO: Straight 2 the Plate Planting

Healthy Day Partners is looking for volunteers to help with planting their Grab & Grow Gardens. Once seedlings sprout, they are transplanted into nursery pots that are packaged into small garden kits. The garden kits are distributed through hunger relief agencies throughout San Diego to help low-income, food insecure, and those hit hardest by the pandemic learn how to grow their own healthy food. Safe distancing measures are put in place, and masks must be worn. Healthy Day Partners love their small but mighty family of volunteers! Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Properly worn masks are required. Gloves are supplied, and gardening gloves can be brought by volunteers, or supplied. Weather: This program operates at a limited capacity during inclement weather. Volunteers will be contacted by phone 24 hours prior to project start time. Note: This project takes place in the backyard garden of a private home. About Healthy Day Partners Healthy Day Partners is nourishing and healing people and planet through healthier, more just, food systems, ecological practices, and environmental education.

Encinitas, CA

4/12/21 10:00 AM

FOOD: Child Meal Distribution in Spring Valley

Heaven's Windows' Child Nutrition Program provides nutritional meals and snacks to children, under the age 18 years, in areas where there are 50% or more of children eligible for free or reduced school lunch. During COVID-19 when school is not in session, they provide Grab and Go meal kits to families at community sites. Volunteers will be helping with set up, clean up, and distributing the meal kits to cars in line. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Closed-toe shoes are required. Wear clothes that you don't mind get dirty. Gloves are available. Masks are mandatory. ​Bring: Sun protection (hat, sunscreen) Physical Requirements: Bending, lifting at least 10 lbs., standing Weather: This project is not cancelled for rain. Canopies are available for volunteers.​ About Heaven's Windows Heaven's Windows' mission is to elevate the current living conditions of poverty-stricken residents of San Diego County. To assist in establishing a stable and productive status of living, while providing support for building strong families as an investment in the future of California and our nation.

Spring Valley, CA

4/12/21 1:45 PM + more

ECO: Straight 2 the Plate Packaging

Healthy Day Partners is looking for volunteers to help with packaging their Grab & Grow Gardens. Volunteers transplant small seedlings into nursery pots. The transplanted seedings are part of small garden kits that are distributed through hunger relief agencies throughout San Diego to help low-income, food insecure, and those hit hardest by the pandemic learn how to grow their own healthy food. Safe distancing measures are put in place, and masks must be worn. Healthy Day Partners love their small but mighty family of volunteers! Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Properly worn masks are required. Gloves are supplied, and gardening gloves can be brought by volunteers, or supplied. Weather: This program operates at a limited capacity during inclement weather. Volunteers will be contacted by phone 24 hours prior to project start time. Note: This project takes place in the backyard garden of a private home. About Healthy Day Partners Healthy Day Partners is nourishing and healing people and planet through healthier, more just, food systems, ecological practices, and environmental education.

Encinitas, CA

4/12/21 2:30 PM

FOOD: Child Meal Distribution in San Diego

Heaven's Windows' Child Nutrition Program provides nutritional meals and snacks to children, under the age 18 years, in areas where there are 50% or more of children eligible for free or reduced school lunch. During COVID-19 when school is not in session, they provide Grab and Go meal kits to families at community sites. Volunteers will be helping with set up, clean up, and distributing the meal kits to cars in line. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Closed-toe shoes are required. Wear clothes that you don't mind get dirty. Gloves are available. Masks are mandatory. ​Bring: Sun protection (hat, sunscreen) Physical Requirements: Bending, lifting at least 10 lbs., standing Weather: This project is not cancelled for rain. Canopies are available for volunteers.​ About Heaven's Windows Heaven's Windows' mission is to elevate the current living conditions of poverty-stricken residents of San Diego County. To assist in establishing a stable and productive status of living, while providing support for building strong families as an investment in the future of California and our nation.

San Diego, CA

4/12/21 2:45 PM + more

ECO: Compost Pile Build

Come build a compost pile with BCDI! There is a giant pile of materials that need sorted, chipped and chopped so that they are ready to be transformed into compost. You will learn the proper ratios of Carbon, Nitrogen, and High Nitrogen materials to use to reach and maintain temperatures needed to kill weed seeds and pathogens. You will also learn when to turn a pile, the dangers of an anerobic pile and indicators of a pile that is anaerobic. The microbiology of compost is vital to proper nutrient cycling. If you would like to come back, we will look at the finished compost under a micoscope to determine if the soil food web is alive and well, or if we need to work to imporove the balance of Fungi:Bacteria, or to increase protozoa and nematode populations. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Please wear closed-toe shoes, bring a water bottle and sun protection. Bring: Garden gloves and a reusable water bottle. Due to coronavirus concerns, BCDI will not be providing garden gloves. All other tools will be provided. Safety: Please be sure to bring and wear a mask. BCDI practices social distancing. They want everyone to stay safe and healthy! ​Waiver: Please bring a signed BCDI waiver with you when you volunteer. About Botanical Community Development Initiatives Botanical Community Development Initiatives (BCDI) is working to improve lives by connect plants, people, and community. Community Roots Farm is a project of BCDI and is 1-acre urban farm located in an Oceanside neighborhood and grows food with community, for community. The sustainably-grown produce is served in meals to children in local state-funded preschools that are located in low socioeconomic neighborhoods where access to fresh food is lacking.

Oceanside, CA

4/12/21 5:00 PM

FOOD: Food Distribution Program

Heaven's Windows' Food Distribution Program is located in their warehouse facility. They receive donated food supplies there for processing, packaging, and distribution to their food pantry and partner agencies. Volunteers help by processing donated fresh, frozen, canned, and prepared food. Volunteers also help with loading and unloading food products. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Closed-toe shoes are required. Wear clothes that you don't mind get dirty. Gloves are available. Masks are mandatory. Physical Requirements: Bending, lifting at least 20-40 lbs., standing Weather: This project is not cancelled for rain. About Heaven's Windows Heaven's Windows' mission is to elevate the current living conditions of poverty-stricken residents of San Diego County. To assist in establishing a stable and productive status of living, while providing support for building strong families as an investment in the future of California and our nation.

Spring Valley, CA

5/11/21 7:00 AM + more

HELP OUT: PPE Distribution to the Arc's Clients

Together we can get through this pandemic! The Arc of San Diego needs your help distributing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) such as masks, face shields, and hand sanitizer to their clients with developmental disabilities. Many of their clients are working in essential jobs within our community. PPE is incredibly important to ensure the safety of their clients in their daily lives. Clients receiving PPE will also have the option of being tested for COVID-19 but volunteers will be primarily be involved with the PPE Distribution. Volunteers will be setting up/moving PPE boxes outside, setting up signage, checking in clients, distributing PPE, and helping with clean up. By doing this work, volunteers are helping protect the health and safety of individuals with disabilities. The distributions will take place at their locations in Chula Vista and the Serra Mesa neighborhood of San Diego. #VaccinateAll58 Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: This opportunity will be outdoors so wearing weather appropriate attire and sun protection is recommended. Closed-toe shoes are required. ​Safety: Volunteers must wear a mask over the nose and mouth. Volunteers should not attend if they are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms. Temperature will be checked upon arrival. About The Arc of San Diego The Arc of San Diego supports and empowers persons with developmental disabilities to achieve their life goals.

San Diego, CA

4/13/21 8:00 AM + more

FOOD: IAMBK & Paving Great Futures Food Distribution

Paving Great Futures and I Am My Brother's Keeper (IAMBK) have partnered to host food distributions during the pandemic in Southeast San Diego. Each distribution ensures approximately 2000 people do not go hungry. Volunteers help by bagging fruit and vegetables, carrying and moving bags, filling boxes with fruit, and moving boxes to tables. At the end of the shift volunteers help load leftover boxes for recycling and leftover items into their truck. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Wear clothes that can get dirty. Closed-toe shoes are required. If you wear shorts, they must be at least knee-length. Physical Requirements: Light lifting, light bending, standing for the duration of the shift Safety: All volunteers must wear a mask that covers their mouth and nose at all times. All volunteers will have their temperature check upon check-in. About Paving Great Futures Paving Great Futures' mission is to increase the health and wealth in underserved communities in order for marginalized and at risk individuals to thrive socially, economically, and politically.

San Diego, CA

4/13/21 11:30 AM + more

VIRTUAL: Travis Manion Foundation Story Pirates

For this virtual opportunity, volunteers will join the Travis Manion Foundation on a Zoom call where they will be assigned a handful of stories written by kids that are submitted to Story Pirates. ​After reading the short stories volunteers will utilize Google Docs to write back notes based on a structure shared by Story Pirates. Story Pirates ensures that every child who submits a story receives a positive, personalized note of encouragement and they rely on volunteers to make that happen. This is especially important while many students have been learning at home during this unusual time. The Story Pirates are a nationally renowned group of top comedians, musicians, best-selling authors and incredible teachers with fifteen years of experience creating content that celebrates the imaginations of kids. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Required Experience: Experience and comfort with using Google Docs and Zoom. Note: This opportunity is coordinated by Vets' Community Connections on behalf of the Travis Manion Foundation About Travis Manion Foundation (TMF) TMF empowers veterans and families of fallen heroes to develop character in future generations.

Zoom Call (Virtual)

4/14/21 12:00 PM

FOOD: Food Sorting

More Than Apples helps rescue food destined for the landfill to fight food insecurity in North County families. At their weekly food distribution, volunteers sort and divide large amounts of food into individual boxes available to families for a small donation. Volunteer tasks will include helping load 2 large trucks, sorting through all produce to identify any spoiled product, unloading all cold product indoors, and dividing all the food up into the amount of boxes they distribute (about 170 each week). Before COVID-19 hit, MTA served about 75 families weekly, now the size of their operation has doubled. They need more hands to get food into the homes that need it. Project Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Closed-toe shoes and face masks are required. Wear clothes that can get dirty and sun protection (sunscreen/hat). Bring: Resusable water bottle Physical Requirements: Must be able to bend and lift up to 50 pounds. The most help with heavy lifting is needed during the 12pm-2pm shift. Can NOT be sick or have been around anyone sick in the last 7 days. Note: Volunteers are not allowed to take photos at this project. Please let the Volunteer Leader know if you have experience using a pallet jack. About More Than Apples More Than Apples serves to reduce hunger/food insecurity and waste by redistributing consumable goods, providing education aimed at reduction of waste and creating a community in which consciousness, courtesy, and communal good are the core tenets.

Escondido, CA

4/14/21 3:00 PM + more

FOOD: Pantry Prep

Volunteers in Porchlight Community Services' pantry will help set up for their drive-thru food distribution, pack grab n' go boxes, and help distribute food into their clients' cars. Porchlight Community Services rescues food from going to waste and offers healthy options for low-income families with strict food restrictions and allergies that are not usually available at food pantries. Project Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Closed-toe shoes and clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. Physical Requirements: Bending, lifting, carry up to 20lbs. Restroom access is only available via stairs. Please do not attend this project if you have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19 or has been exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 within the last 2 weeks. Porchlight's clients are immunocompromised and they're doing everything they can to keep them safe. ​Note: Signing up as a team has been disabled for this project. Last minute team cancellations for a shift this small can be extremely detrimental to Porchlight being able to distribute food to families in need. Please sign up individually or email info@handsonsandiego.org to sign up with your child. ​Volunteer Manual: Reviewing Porchlight's Training Manual will help orient you to the tasks you'll be working on in their pantry. About Porchlight Community Services The mission of the Porchlight Cooperative is to relieve hunger, eliminate waste and increase the self-sufficiency of individuals.

San Diego, CA

4/15/21 10:00 AM + more

FOOD: City Heights Super Pantry

Help distribute food to families in need. Super Pantries are food distribution hubs located across San Diego County that offer both contactless “drive-thru” and “walk-up” food distribution services. All Super Pantries are open for food distribution a minimum of 3 days per week. Individuals and families in need of food assistance can visit their nearest Super Pantry during opening hours to receive emergency groceries and resources. The Somali Bantu Association of America is looking for volunteers to help them run their Super Pantry in City Heights. As a volunteer, your service will directly benefit local refugee families and families struggling with food insecurity due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Volunteer duties may include: organizing and sorting food packages, setting up check in tables and drive through markers, checking families into an online system, packaging and delivering food to drive up vehicles, directing lines and helping to maintain social distancing protocols, cleaning up and putting away items for next distribution date. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Closed-toe shoes are required. Wear clothes that you don't mind getting dirty. Masks and gloves are required at all times. Physical Requirements: Bending, able to lift up to 20lbs ​Weather: This project is canceled in the event of rain. Volunteers will be notified by the project coordinator. About the Somali Bantu Association of America The mission of the SBAOA is to provide the guidance and services needed to empower and aid Somali Bantu and other refugees as they integrate into America.

San Diego, CA

4/16/21 12:00 PM + more

FOOD: Serve a Hot Meal at the San Diego Rescue Mission

Help serve the 150 or so men, women, and children living in the building in a year-long recovery program. You will be serving food, not cooking, or cleaning up. Volunteers serve hot meals, salad, bread, and dessert. The residents at the San Diego Rescue Mission are participating in 12-month long programs to transform their lives and work toward self-sufficiency. Project Requirements & Important Notes COVID-19 Guidelines: You will be required to have a mask on and wash your hands before entering the building (at handwashing stations provided). Each volunteer will also undergo a temperature scan and answer a few questions about whether or not you have been near anyone exposed to COVID or have any symptoms. If you are experiencing ANY of the symptoms associated with COVID-19, please stay home. Everyone in the building is wearing a face mask, sanitation and cleaning policies are being closely followed, and hand sanitizers are everywhere. The Rescue Mission has had no cases of illness in the building and intend to keep it that way. Attire: Dress in pants, no sleeveless outfits and closed toe shoes are a must! Tying up long hair is recommended, volunteers will be provided with a hairnet. Religious Observance: Any prayer or religious observance during the project is optional, volunteers are welcome to opt out. Note: Photos of clients are not allowed. The San Diego Rescue Mission cannot accept donations of home baked treats/outside food. This project may end early depending on the number of residents who attend the meal service. If you would like to volunteer at the Rescue Mission but the shifts on Sundays are full, you can schedule an alternate date and time with their Volunteer Coordinator Debbie Krakauer by emailing dkrakauer@sdrescue.org. About the San Diego Rescue Mission San Diego Rescue Mission is a non-profit homeless shelter and recovery center serving thousands of homeless, hungry, and low income men, women, and children in San Diego since 1955.

San Diego, CA

4/18/21 3:45 PM + more

FOOD: Mobile Breakfast Distribution

Grandma LuLu’s Table was formed as a creative solution to the hunger and malnutrition crisis in our area. They meet the need where it is most needed – by taking a mobile kitchen to the urban, suburban and rural places where hunger persists. Offering a healthy, plant-based breakfast on weekends to children and people in need. Volunteers at the breakfast distribution will be assigned one of the following tasks while serving an estimated 100 people in need: Team A – Responsible for setting up distribution tables, crowd control stations and taping off 6ft. markings. This team will also be responsible for breaking down these items at the end of the event. Team B – Responsible for participant check-in, mask distribution and managing the participant line to maintain 6ft. distance. Team C – Responsible for handing participants their packaged meal. Team D – Sanitizing team, continually sweep through the event wiping off visible touch surfaces. The team is also the roaming source of hand sanitizer for the participants. Opportunity Requirements & Important Notes Attire: Closed-toe shoes are required. Wear weather appropriate attire, this event is outside. Bring: Sun protection (hat, sunscreen) and a reusable water bottle ​Waiver: Please fill out Grandma LuLu's Table's online waiver before arriving at the project: City Heights on 4/10 or Spring Valley on 4/24 Safety: All Volunteers are required to wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) the entire event. The PPE that will be issued consists of masks and gloves.​ About Grandma LuLu's Table Grandma Lulu's Table is organized exclusively for the purpose and goals of enhancing lives through the mobile distribution of nutritious, plant-based meals to hungry, homeless and food insecure individuals in San Diego and surrounding areas.

Spring Valley, CA

4/24/21 7:30 AM + more