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The Northwest Project


Tammy Stubblefield

I had a great time as a volunteer for the Northwest Project's Grant Beach Community Programming Dinner. Everyone was friendly and came together to serve dinner to people of all ages who live in the area. I helped with setting up tables & chairs, serving food, and dishes. This organization provides a much needed meal to the local people and free education and child care, tonight, there was a lady from Greene County Library to lead an activity for the kids and promote the summer reading challenge for all ages. It was a great experience, and they always need more volunteers!

Gave 3.00 hours on 06/13/2019 with Drew Lewis Foundation @ The Fairbanks
Angela Perez
Tammy Stubblefield

I had a great experience with Least of These Christian County Food Pantry! Michele gave me the grand tour when I arrived and explained how everything is donated, sorted, distributed, and about the organization itself. Over 80% of Least Of These’s funding comes from individual, business and church donations. And, only 5 of the 30-40 people there were paid employees, the rest were volunteers. I started the morning sorting clothing, then moved to the pantry/ware house area, stocking shelves and filling food orders. Everyone was very nice and helpful, several of the volunteers give of their time each week and have been doing so for a year or more. They were happy to show me the ropes and we worked together to do the tasks for the day. I highly recommend donating your time and resources to this great place!

Gave 4.50 hours on 06/12/2019 with The Northwest Project
Taylor Meyers

We packaged together over 5,000 bags to be distributed. It was set up as a big circle. You walked around the circle and a person from a different food pallet would place a can, box, etc. in your bag. Very fun, upbeat, and a lot of walking.

Gave 2.25 hours on 05/14/2019 with Amy Blansit's Spring 2019 KIN 350-303 service learning course.
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It was great meeting you on Tuesday Taylor. Hope you can join us again in the future!
Jeremy Kraus
Taylor Meyers

We spread mulch, laid down cardboard pieces to help grow a garden. We also laid down compost soil on the bed.

Gave 2.00 hours on 05/14/2019 with Amy Blansit's Spring 2019 KIN 350-303 service learning course.
Cody Peel

It was a fun time even though it was a slow night.

Gave 3.00 hours on 05/14/2019 with Amy Blansit's Spring 2019 KIN 350-002 service learning course., Drew Lewis Foundation @ The Fairbanks
Will March

Gave 2.00 hours on 05/14/2019 with Amy Blansit's Spring 2019 KIN 350-002 service learning course.
Will March

Gave 2.00 hours on 05/14/2019 with Amy Blansit's Spring 2019 KIN 350-002 service learning course.
Kealy Hosp

Kealy @ Ozarks Food Harvest

Today I worked at Crimson House packing boxes of food items for individuals struggleing to afford grociers. The church operating out of the Crimson House holds this event twice a month. Perishable and non-perishable goods are donated from various stores around town. I was surprised at how much food they were able to procure! The best part of my experience was the people, and this is no understatement. They made the day so inviting and fun, time just flew by.

Gave 6.00 hours on 05/14/2019 with Amy Blansit's Spring 2019 KIN 350-303 service learning course., The Northwest Project
Leah Fridley

sorted through food donated by grocery store to give to people who need food on their tables

Gave 3.00 hours on 05/13/2019 with Amy Blansit's Spring 2019 KIN 350-303 service learning course.
Will March
Hannah Hall
Sean Cooley

I first started with cleaning walls and taking down decorations. Then, played with Jacob and his truck. As i was leaving a group of kids wanted to play catch in the parking lot until the sun went down

Gave 5.00 hours on 05/13/2019 with Amy Blansit's Spring 2019 KIN 350-303 service learning course., The Northwest Project
Hayleigh Grosze
Sean Cooley

We started out with putting out tables and chairs for the guests. Then, started getting the food ready to be served. After food was served, we cleaned dishes, filled cups with peas, took out trash, and moved some freezers.

Gave 5.00 hours on 05/12/2019 with Amy Blansit's Spring 2019 KIN 350-303 service learning course., The Northwest Project
Jonathon Larsen
Matthew Dampf
Jacob Storms