Houston Food Bank – Volunteer Work Event for Children
November 5 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm CST
Join us as we help the community in need!
Children and Family Photographers of Houston will be taking time to help the community. This is an amazing opportunity to help those who need it the most. At the Houston Food Bank’s Keegan Kitchen facility, volunteers and Food Bank staff work side-by-side to prepare hot meals for children participating in the Kids Cafe after-school program. Meal production is overseen by Chef Judd Lohof who, with many years of experience, brings skill and love to the food he prepares.
Volunteer in the Kitchen Meal prep from 8am – Noon. (very first selection on the calendar that date in pink)
Volunteers will assist with meal prep work (i.e. slicing, cutting, stirring,etc.) and the packaging of hot meals for daily distribution to Kids Cafe sites. The kind of work you’ll do varies from day to day, so please be flexible about your work station – we might need to reassign you so we can work more efficiently! Please plan to stay for the entire volunteer shift to ensure meal production goals are met each shift.
What you wear affects your safety and the safety of the food you’ll be handling:
You MUST wear long pants, a shirt with sleeves (no tank tops or sleeveless shirts) and shoes with closed toes.
Please do NOT wear jewelry. Even small stud earrings can get loose and fall into food.
While you’re in the kitchen, you’ll be wearing aprons, gloves, and hairnets (you can bring your own cap.)