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Volunteers are needed to prepare and serve breakfast (6AM-8AM), lunch (10AM-1PM), and dinner (4PM-6PM).  Even though the kitchen is fairly small, it is well equipped and we serve hundreds of people each day. Volunteers are limited to groups of 5 or less. Due to Massachusetts State Law, no on under the age of 16 is allowed in the kitchen.**

Volunteer Options:

  1. Bring food and prepare it at the Mission *
  2. Bring food already prepared and serve to Residents *
  3. Prepare and serve food planned by the Mission's Food Services Coordinator *

*Volunteer hours may vary with food options
**Volunteer options available for children under the age of 16 Click here to view Massachusetts State Laws

 For more information, please contact Lenore Brooks, Volunteer Program Coordinator at 413-732-0808 ext 220, lbrooks@springfieldrescuemission.org

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