Do you have some cooking experience and want to help The AIDS Network make a difference in our communities? The AIDS Network is recruiting volunteers to help out in our One Pot program in Hamilton.
The One Pot program is a part of our practical assistance programs, where registered clients of The AIDS Network are eligible to recieve two nutritious, frozen homecooked meals a week. The recipes have been designed in consultation with nutritionists to be specifically tailored to the dietary needs of people who are living with HIV, ensuring that our most vulnerable clients have regular access to good nutritious food. This important help with people's food security is one of our most popular programs.
This program was started by a volunteer 15 years ago, and has become an essential part of the services we offer to people living with HIV in our regions. But we can't do it without you! We are looking for volunteers of all skill levels for several roles, including kitchen prep work, lead cook, and project coordination. Volunteering hours are flexible, within The AIDS Network's operating hours of 9:00am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday.
If volunteering in our kitchen sounds like the right fit for you, please contact our Community Engagement Corrdinator James Diemert at firstname.lastname@example.org or 905-528-0854 ext. 234