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Volunteer Info 

What Do Volunteers Do?

Volunteers are critical to the mission of the SOS Foundation. We have weekday opportunities volunteering at our two food pantries, community kitchen, and various schools and childcare sites participating in our nutrition education program. Volunteer opportunities are further described below.  

Food Pantries

Stock Island

Sign up to volunteer at our Stock Island Food Pantry or email Selena for more information. 

Volunteer opportunities:

Mon/Thurs: 9 AM-6 PM and Tues/Weds: 9:30 AM–3:30 PM

St. Justin's Key Largo

Volunteer opportunities:

Mondays 2-5 PM

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Fresh Meals Program

Volunteer Opportunities:

August-May Mon-Fri: 8-9:30 AM or 9:30-11 AM

Volunteers assist in preparing bulk meals for Monroe County children and seniors.No prior kitchen experience is necessary. Sign-up to volunteer or email Olivia for more information.  

Callahan Community Kitchen

Nutrition Education

Volunteers assist SOS staff in teaching nutrition education at public elementary schools throughout Monroe County.  Curriculums range in length, from four to sixteen weeks, and all lessons are one hour. Ideally, volunteers could commit to either a full 4- or 16-week series. No prior nutrition or teaching experience is needed. Volunteers must pass a background check to work in the schools. To learn more about our nutrition education program, visit our nutrition education page.

Monroe County

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Volunteer Impact

January - December 2021

4,236.25

Hours

168

Volunteers

Have another skillset you would like to donate time for? Contact us and let us know what it is!

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