Please note that while we request all volunteers agree to provide criminal and child abuse clearance, during the holiday season we ask that you only submit an application. If you decide to stay as a volunteer then we will process paperwork.
Friday Support: Volunteer needed weekly from 9:30am-11:30am to receive donations. Meet and greet wonderful community members coming to donate food, clothes, etc. Tidy and sort donation area.
Pantry Support: Ongoing through holidays.
Tuesdays: 9:30am to 12:30pm. Food sorting and accepting donations
Wednesday: 9:30am to 12:30pm. Food sorting and delivery
Wednesday: 9:30am to 12:30pm. General cleaning of pantry area
Monday: November 25, 2013. We need a pick up truck with a driver to pick up food from Ann’s Choice and bring food back to the pantry.
Community Toy Day Salem UCC Church in Doylestown
December 16/ two shifts- 12pm-3pm and 3pm-6pm -Set up room with toys and gifts
December 17/ three shifts – 8am-11am and 11am-4pm and 4pm-6pm: Help community members shop for gifts for children.
Friday November 15 at 1pm: Pick up a food donation at Jericho Country Club in New Hope and deliver to Penndel Food Pantry. Will need a SUV or truck. 2 people would work best.
Wednesday November 27 between 9am-11am: Pick up a food donation at BioClinica in Newtown, PA and deliver to Penndel Food Pantry. Will need a SUV or truck. 2 people would work best.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this volunteer opportunity.
Please contact John at email@example.com g if you are interested in any of these opportunities.
Family Resource Center:
Please contact Karen at firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested in this opportunity.
This is how it works: Apartment Partners “adopt” a shelter apartment and provide that extra “TLC” the apartment AND the family needs. AP’s provide necessary items for the apartment (bedding, dishes, etc) as well as support for the family (clothing, holiday help). A typical AP group will assist two families a year. The Apartment Partner program is ideal for groups who want to participate on a regular basis, but face time constraints. Apartment Partners at the other shelters include service organizations, business groups and church groups.
HOMEWORK CLUB AT ROBERT MORRIS – Homework 2 days a week- Tuesday and Thursday from 3pm-5pm. The students are all residents at the Robert Morris Apartment Complex. This is a great opportunity for seniors in high school as well as college students and is a wonderful fit for retired teachers who miss the classroom experience! Please contact Alex at email@example.com if you are interested in volunteering for the Homework Club.
Work Days: Work Days accommodate large groups and typically involve cleaning, yard work or organizing storage areas. Currently there are no Work Days planned -check back again!
Event Volunteers: We often have need for volunteers prior and during a big event. This is a great match for a volunteer who needs a specific timeframe and enjoys events. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-598-3566 x30 if you are interested in this opportunity.
Special Projects: Many young people may be looking for projects to help fulfill their community service hours. Bucks County Housing Group would be honored if you would consider us for your volunteer project. If you chose our organization, your need to fulfill your required hours will be a fun and enjoyable experience while assisting homeless families within our shelters.
We have service projects and hours available for: Senior Class Projects, Community Service Hours, Bar/Bat Mitzvah Projects, Eagle Scout Projects and Group projects.