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Food Recovery Repackaging (CCE Transportation Provided)

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Tuesday, Aug 22, 2017
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM PDT
CUB L37Map Location

Organizational Information: Community Action Center (CAC) empowers people and communities of Whitman County to be self-sustaining by promoting the self-reliance of people with low to moderate income. In collaborations with WSU Dining, the CAC receives food recovered from WSU dining centers that will then be repackaged into individual/family servings and then given to those who use the pantry. 

Opportunity Description: Students will participate in repackaging recovered foods into individual/family servings to be given out at the CAC's food pantry distribution times. Students will be supervised by CAC trained staff/volunteers in order to ensure safe handling procedures.

Location: Transportation will be provided. Please meet at CUB L37 by 2:00PM to meet with your group. We plan to return to campus around 4:00 PM.  

Requirements: Students MUST dress appropriately according to the guidelines below.

Proper Attire Guidelines

  • Comfortable, safe footwear is required. This includes Sneakers, Work Shoes or Boots. Volunteers wearing high heels, open toed shoes or sandals will not be allowed to volunteer.
  • Long pants only and no tank tops. (*Dresses and Skirts will be allowed due only to religious reasons)
  • Dress warmly in the winter – Layers are suggested, jeans, sweatshirt, jackets, gloves/mittens, etc.
  • Volunteers who arrive wearing obscene, demeaning or vulgar clothing will be asked to leave. This includes clothing with swear/curse words, sexual references, drug references, etc.
  • It is requested that all volunteers leave their personal items/valuables at home or locked in their car to avoid items becoming misplaced or stolen. (Community Action Center will not be responsible for any missing/stolen personal items)

Additional Information: Service hours are allocated based on the amount of direct service participation and do not include meeting and transportation to/from the service site. 

**You will need to bring your Cougar Card to swipe into this project so your service hours can be recorded.**

The CCE strives to sponsor activities that are accessible to all students. If you need accommodations to fully access the activities offered through the Center for Civic Engagement, please contact Jessica Perone, Community Programs Coordinator, at 509-335-4609 or at least one week prior to the activity.