WRC Meals

Geraldine E. King Women's Resource Center Meals 2019

Our Meal Service Program invites individuals and mid-sized community groups to volunteer at our facility by helping with meal prep and service for up to 200 women, who are struggling with homelessness. As a meal service volunteer, you are providing positive community engagement and helping us meet the nutritional needs of the clients. 


Our kitchen facility can accommodate up to 20 volunteers at a time with plenty of tasks to keep everyone busy and engaged. However, it is important volunteers do not exceed the number of open slots available. If you have any questions regarding volunteer group sizes, please contact a volunteer engagement team member (contact information provided below). Also, if you’re volunteering with your company, church, or other community group, please make sure to fill in the Group Name. It’ll help us prepare for your volunteer opportunity.  

We look forward to working with you soon!

Meal Service Timeline  


  • Volunteer arrival time: 7:30AM
  • Meal Service begins: 8AM
  • Clean-up begins: 9AM


  • Volunteer arrival time: 12:30PM
  • Meal service begins: 1PM     
  • Clean up begins: 2PM


  • Volunteer arrival time: 5:30PM
  • Dinner Service: 6PM
  • Clean up begins: 7PM

Meal Service Tasks

  1. Please arrive on time to ensure we are able to serve meals on time
  2. Meal Prep (breakfast only): ensure items such as fruit, cereals, milk and coffee/beverages are setup
  3. Serving:  Meal line service (place entrée on the clients’ plates)   
  4. Support: replenish trays, bowls and condiments etc
  5. Dish Room: Perform routine dishwashing procedures (load and unload dishwasher, put away and restock clean dishes and utensils   
  6. Clean-up: Breakdown assigned kitchen areas (clean and sanitize countertops & prep stations, empty garbage and recycling bins), empty trash cans, sweep and mop floors
  7. Kitchen and client pantry: organizational  tasks including unloading, unboxing and replenshing shelves

Meal Service Guidelines

  1. Meal volunteers must be at least 16 years old to be in the kitchen 
  2. Photos with clients are not permitted at any time. To ensure the privacy of our clients, media is not permitted to cover a volunteer shift. See a Volunteer Engagement Team Member for specific photo guidelines.  
  3. Appropriate kitchen attire recommended.  For safety, closed toe, rubber soled shoes are considered appropriate footwear in the kitchen. 
  4. Cancellations: If you need to cancel your shift, please do so at least 48 hours in advance.  

If you have any questions please contact a Volunteer Engagement Team Member:

Michelle Owen, Volunteer Engagement Manager at [email protected] or (385) 500-3621

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