NOTICE: The St. Francis House Board of Directors recently approved the return of volunteers, beginning, Monday, July 13. Volunteers will be allowed to come in and only serve meals. All other volunteer opportunities are still on hold. For the time being, meal serve volunteers must follow these guidelines:
Serving a meal at the St. Francis House is a great opportunity for families, church groups, service groups and businesses to volunteer in a fun environment. Here are some details regarding serving a noon meal and an evening meal.
Served from 6:15 - 7:15 am
Ideal Group Size: 2-3 individuals
Volunteers are finished by 7:30 am
Served from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Ideal Group Size: 3-5 individuals
Volunteers are finished by 12:45 pm
Served from 6:15 - 7:45 pm
Ideal Group Size: 5-7 individuals
Volunteers are finished by 8 pm
Serve a Meal Only
Prepare and Serve a Meal
Provide a Full Meal
If you are interested in serving a meal, or for more information, contact:
Tom Foster, Volunteer Coordinator
Thank you for your support!
Volunteers must be 13 years of age or older to work in the kitchen or pour beverages. Volunteers under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult.
All volunteers must wear:
Use the links below to review the St. Francis House volunteer guidelines and volunteer waiver form. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic we will ask every volunteer to complete a waiver form prior to their serving opportunity. You may bring a completed waiver form with you when you serve or complete one when you arrive.
Walter and I are strong believers and are blessed and grateful for what God is providing to us every day. Our call is to share his love with those around us, so what a better way to choose St Francis House to do so.
We really enjoy our time at St. Francis House, it is a welcoming place and all the staff are very friendly, most of all the residents/guests of St. Francis House are the reason why we go there. It is so good to see them and interact with them, to learn from their stories and to motivate them on their journey to restart a new life. They and you all are Christ's presence to us.
We look forward to continue serving as this current pandemic situation settles and we go back to our normal living or as close as it used to be.
Rosa and Walter
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