Prepare Bread to Support Individuals in Recovery (Treasure House of Hope)
April 28 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm MDTFree
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What You Will Do:
Volunteers will work alongside the participants of Treasure House of Hope to package approximately 500 loaves of bread for their Bread Ministry.
1670 S Jasper St Unit H
Aurora, CO 80017
6:00-6:05 – Welcome and Check-in
6:05-6:15 – Overview and Instruction
6:15-8:45 – Bread Packaging
8:45-9:00 – Clean Up and Thank You
What to Bring:
A mask (optional)
A hat (if you wear one, you do not need to wear a hairnet!)
Where to Park:
Please use the parking lot around Mile High Commissary. The Treasure House will be located in Unit H, in the third building of the MHC.
Where to Meet:
Meet at the entrance of Unit H at Mile High Commissary.
Check in with the Treasure House of Hope volunteer lead when you arrive. They will provide a brief overview of the benefits of volunteering and will stick with you during the entire experience to make sure you have a blast!
About the Organization:
Treasure House of Hope changes lives and restores families by assisting with career development/education, counseling, life skills, supportive services, and parenting support. Individuals in recovery can live at Treasure House of Hope for free for a year. They support their residency through the Bread Ministry, where a variety of banana, pumpkin spice, and zucchini breads are baked every week and provided to the community on a donation basis.
About Project Helping:
Our mission at Project Helping is to improve mental wellness through accessible experiences that create purpose and community. By volunteering with us, you can meet new people, make a difference in your community, and improve your mental wellness! Learn more at projecthelping.org/volunteer