Volunteers Needed To Serve Montana Seniors
Since moving into a new facility on 1st Avenue South, Family Services has seen a substantial increase in the number of requests for food boxes and commodities needed for seniors and the disabled. To fill the need, volunteers are needed to pack and deliver boxes.
"We also need groups or individuals to help stuff the Senior Commodity Supplemental Food Bags with food that is provided by the USDA," said Family Services Development Director Karla Stricker. "This a great activity for Chruch groups or Organizations that want to volunteer."
"We have so many volunteer opportunities at Family Service. It is hard to choose just one program," said Stricker.
Family Service works to eliminate hunger and homelessness and alleviate poverty in Yellowstone County and surrounding areas through community involvement. Last year, over 15,200 families, senior citizens, those living with disabilities and individuals were helped with bountiful food boxes, emergency rent and utility assistance, no-low cost clothing and education assistance for better employment.
CLICK HERE if you are in need of food boxes, emergency rent, or other assistance from Family Services.