THE VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY
Booker T. Washington Community Service Center (BTWCSC) is a Black-led community-based organization nourishing San Francisco's historic Fillmore and Western Addition community for over 103 years. They offer a full spectrum of culturally-responsive programs to address the holistic needs of youth, teen/TAY, families, seniors, and the community at-large.
The BTWCSC’s Food Justice program provides weekly, free, culturally-appropriate food services to the community from a Black lens.
Operating three different food programs, there are a variety of weekly volunteers shifts needed.
During your shift you may help receive palates of groceries, setup grocery stations throughout the pantry, check-in guests, hand groceries to guests, or break things down.
|Time commitment||2-4 hours depending on shift|
|Day(s) of week||Wednesdays, Thursdays, or Fridays|
|Time of day||
|Location||800 Presidio Avenue, San Francisco|
|Languages||Monolingual English, Bilingual English/Spanish|
|Physical requirements||Bending, standing, lifting up to 40lbs|
|Other||Because BTWCSC serves the full spectrum of the community, including children and seniors, you must be 18+ years old and participate in a basic background check; BTWCSC covers all fees associated with the check|
|Training||Watch a 26-minute training video|
|HOW TO REGISTER + WHAT TO EXPECT|
|How to register||
|Processing your application||Once you pass the background check and have watched the training video, BTWCSC will reach out to schedule your first volunteer ‘trial’ session|
|What to expect during your shift||Each volunteer shift has specific tasks|