Pandemic. Unemployment. Social isolation. Times are still tough, and our neighbors in the Jewish community need more help than ever. Wishing you could do something?
Well, you can. Jewish Collaborative Services is actively seeking volunteers on a rolling basis. The organization oversees several life-saving initiatives, such as the Kosher Food Pantry and Meals on Wheels. These services provide food and comfort for vulnerable populations across Providence, Pawtucket, Cranston and Warwick.
You don't need heaps of experience. Volunteers conduct easy-to-learn tasks like assisting customers, stocking shelves and making deliveries.
Need some social interaction? You may love working as an in-person meal server at the JCS Senior Cafes. You can also participate in planned activities and lead conversations with clients at Tamarisk Assisted Living Residence.
Ready for an experience that will enrich your life and those around you? Call Dori Adler at 401-331-1244, or visit jcsri.org
Submitted by Jewish Collaborative Services