"SERVICE TO OTHERS IS THE RENT PAID FOR YOUR ROOM HERE ON EARTH”
Enough to Share Food Pantry Youth Distribution Day
on Selected Saturdays (TBA)
START EARNING E2S YOUTH VOLUNTEER HOURS
and Qualify for the $1000 Legacy Torch Award
Guidelines sent to you upon request
Text Linda Abdul-Azeez, 404-317-5575
Legacy Torch Scholarship: Awards, $1000 to qualifying male and female.
E2S Legacy Essay Competition (Cash Awards to Winner, 2rd and 3rd runner ups)
WAYS TO EARN VOLUNTEER HOUR THIS SCHOOL YEAR:
participated in race for education;
be an E2S youth volunteer by volunteering w/the organization;
attend IPTA meetings;
assist w/food drive;
help with Sat. distribution of food when announced;
organize and execute food donation at first home game;
clean and organize on Sat. the food pantry;
earn outside community volunteer hrs.
For more information,
contact Marsha El-Amin 404-992-1530
Volunteer Coordinator for Youth Distribution Day
Food Program Management: Manages the food.
LINDA ABDUL-AZEEZ (404-317-5575)
Financial Management and Accounting: Keeps written budgets to account for purchases, donations, services and other expenses; Accurate records to make more cost effective decisions about food resources and related purchases.
LINDA ABDUL-AZEEZ (Temporary)
Recordkeeping: Provide ACFB with specific information; must be recorded and submitted on a monthly service form. Located in eHarvest.
Distributors: Set up will be completed at least 30 minutes before clients report. At least four (4) volunteers will be needed.
REPORT TIME: 1 - 4 PM
NAFEESAH & NASSAR MADYUN, GAYNELL BILAL
BROTHERS ARE NEEDED FOR SET UP.
Fundraising: We will host at least one fundraisers a quarter—Appreciation Benefit Dinner, HungerRun/Walk, Open Air Food and Craft Market, Thanks for Giving Event Special. Call meetings for planning will be announced when needed.
Food Resources Management: Managing the food resources, insures that temperature is adequate to keep food items in safe condition for distribution. Orders and delivers food in a timely manner.
NASSAR & NAFEESAH MADYUN
Volunteer Recruitment: Almost every food program that works with ACFB is operated by volunteers from the community. This year more clients will be asked to volunteer. The person in charge of volunteer recruitment finds volunteers to assist the food program with tasks such as unloading food from trucks, stocking shelves with food, preparing tables for distribution. The person who manages the volunteers keeps their contact information on file and schedules them for specific shifts and tasks. The volunteer manager also logs volunteer hours and accomplishments so that the food program remains aware of volunteer contributions. ACFB offers a quarterly seminar for volunteer training.
LINDA ABDUL-AZEEZ AND DAAIYAH SHAHEED
Client Service Coordinator: In order to be effective and efficient, each agency needs to establish policies for operating a food program. The person who coordinates client services works with clients and the community to determine how the pantry should more effectively address client concerns and improve its services. If clients have other needs that are not directly related to food, then the Client Service Coordinator should do his/her best to refer them to the appropriate resource.
LINDA, DAAIYAH, RASHEEDAH
Intake Coordinator: Records client information.
REPORT TIME: 1 - 4 PM
RASHEEDAH, KAREEMAH, ANITA, DAAIYAH
Transportation: Responsible for picking up food.
REPORT TIME VARIES
NASSAR MADYUN, WALI EL-AMIN, RASHID RASHID, LAIL MELTON JR.
NEW Food Delivery Coordinator: Responsible for delivering food to residences.
REPORT TIME: 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each month (except December). Time varies.
Set Up and Put Up: Food boxes and items will be conveniently located for clients to chose their food and put away at the end of the distribution process. REPORT TIME: 12 NOON
Food boxes/items must be put back in pantry and tables taken down and stored; floors swept and empty boxes put in receptacles. REPORT TIME: 3:30 PM