Volunteer : Bake & prepare meals
Our food-related opportunities. Yum!
Weekly lunch helper at Greenwood Senior Center
Food service volunteers needed to prepare, serve and clean up at the GSC’s daily lunch program. Greatest needs on Tuesdays and Thursdays, 10 am to 1 pm. Must possess or have the ability to obtain a valid Washington State food worker card and pass a background check. 6-month commitment preferred.
Feed people in need
Prepare and serve food with our Hot Meal Program. Mondays, 1 to 7 pm in Greenwood; Tuesdays, 1 to 7 pm, in Phinney, and Wednesdays, 8 am to 2 pm, in Phinney. Greatest needs on Mondays from 1 to 4 pm. Must possess or have the ability to obtain a valid Washington State food worker card and pass a background check. 6-month commitment preferred.
Feed unhoused women
Make and deliver snacks to a neighborhood women’s shelter, Sunday evenings (September through May).
Host a Food Drive
Host a drive to collect new jars of PB&J, jugs of olive oil, or something we may be especially in need of at the Hot Meal Program.
Share your love of food by teaching seniors how to make it! Volunteer instructors wanted for sushi, potstickers/gyoza, samosas, tamales and more! Class(es) occur during the day at the Greenwood Senior Center.
Provide delicious, homemade baked goods for our occasional events and ongoing Greenwood Senior Center (GSC) memory loss classes. By selecting “baking” on your volunteer application, you’ll be added to our list of volunteer bakers and will get an email when we need baked treats. Here are some upcoming events needing baked goods:
- Book Exchange: drop off Friday, 2/16 or Saturday, 2/17
- Wine Taste: drop off Friday, 2/23 or Saturday, 2/24
More information about the ongoing need of baked goods for the GSC memory loss class below. Due to a surge in volunteer baking interest, please call the GSC to see if we have space in the freezer for more baked goods before you make & drop off your treats, M-F, 8:30AM to 4:30PM, 206.297.0875.