Mask makers, translators and grocery bag packers are just a few of the opportunities that Volunteer Alexandria has identified around the city.
“Every week, we need more than 100 volunteers to help our community to help people in need,” Volunteer Alexandria Executive Director Marion Brunken told ALXnow.
The following volunteer opportunities are now available:
- ALIVE! Grocery Bag Packers
- Nonprofit Customer Engagement
- Senior Services Groceries to Go Shopping/Delivery Program
- ACPS Mobile Pop-Up Meal Distribution
- ACPS Meal Distribution at Francis C. Hammond Middle School
- Food Distribution at Cora Kelly School
- Traffic Flow Coordinator at Cora Kelly School
- Translators for World Central Kitchen Meal Distribution
- Traffic Flow Coordinator at John Adams Elementary School
- Translators at John Adams Elementary School
- Food Distribution at T.C. Williams High School
- Food Distribution at Jefferson Houston School
Additionally, Volunteer Alexandria needs help making face masks.
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