Force One Basketball: Community Service

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Coach DePollar lends a helping hand
Tuesday, May 18
Force One Feeds the homeless in DC
Start helping the less fortunate at a young age and it will become a good habit in your lifetime. Thanks DC Kitchen for allowing us to come down and help.

Wednesday, May 5
Force One to help out at DC Central Kitchen for Homeless Shelters of DC

As a non profit organization, we realize the importance of volunteer work in the community. We typically try to put together1 or 2 projects a year in which the teams get together and do some sort of giving back to the community. Last year we went and handed out toys to the cancer patients at Childrens Hospital. This year on May 17th we will be taking 15 of out members down to the DC Central Kitchen. The kids will cook, clean, prepare food, and also hear stories from former homeless people who have turned their lives around with the help of volunteer's just like us.

 Basketball players should have an impact on more than just the Basketball Court.

 

Meal Preparation at DC Central Kitchen

Dear Steven Depollar,

Thank you for volunteering for the following event:

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Event Information
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EventID: 5909
Event: Co-Op Shift
Time:  05/17/2010 from 05:00:00 PM to 08:00:00 PM
Location: 425 2nd Street NW Washington DC 20001


Come to the DC Central Kitchen and help prepare thousands of pounds of fresh produce from local farms to serve people in need in our community. Give a few of hours to combat hunger and create opportunity.

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Additional Instructions
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To work in the Kitchen, volunteers must wear:
- Long pants
- Closed-toed shoes (no sandals)
- Tank-tops are not allowed
- No exposed midriff

Due to health regulations, volunteers who do not follow this dress code will not be allowed to work in the Kitchen.

Please arrive 15 minutes early for a prompt orientation. (8:45 for morning shift; 4:45 for evening Co-op shift.) No late arrivals will be permitted.

All volunteers MUST BE 12 Years old or older, no exceptions

Locker space is limited, so please try to travel light.



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