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Equal Heart, a hunger relief organization, is currently recruiting energetic people to serve as AmeriCorps members with our Direct-to-Door mobile food program. Please help us spread the word about this opportunity by forwarding this information to friends, peers, family, coworkers and anyone else you think might be interested! Please note that we are a Youth Opportunity affiliated program, therefore we are comfortable if applicants have a less than stellar past record and believe in giving young adults a second chance to be a vital part of our community. Through their work, our goal is to impact not just our neighborhood, but neighborhoods throughout the city. If this sounds like a fit for the young adults your organization engages, please pass along the information contained below.
Team Members and Mentors Needed for Equal Heart’s Direct-to-Door mobile food programs! Direct-to-Door is a mobile feeding program that provides summer meals to 8,000 children and groceries to 2,000 families throughout the metroplex. Members will serve as part of a three person team who spend the day serving meals to children at apartment communities throughout the city. Preference is given to bilingual applicants (English/Spanish), but all who are willing to commit to a summer of community service are welcome to apply.
Term Available: March 28th - August 19th
Member Eligibility Requirements: Available full-time; Monday through Friday; 17 or older; US Citizen or Permanent Resident (temporary work or student visa does not suffice)
Available all summer through August 19th.
For more information and to download the application, log onto www.EqualHeart.org
Founded in 2009 by President and Executive Director, Felicia Frazier, to address the lack of affordable enrichment programs for children whose parents had little to no economic resources, The Chocolate MINT has filled a necessary gap in the community. It has now grown to support children and families throughout the Great Southwest region in the North Texas Metroplex through youth mentoring and career training programs, a food pantry dedicated to alleviate hunger and provide supplemental food assistance for families and senior adults, and children and youth enrichment programs held during the summer and after school throughout the school year.
I have been incredibly fortunate in my life to never experience the difficulties I see in the world every day. I can’t imagine what it’s like to go hungry - and I think it’s a shame that in a country as great as ours, anyone should.
With that desire in my heart, I preside over The Chocolate MINT Foundation. We are looking to make a difference in our world and I believe that by "Paying it Forward" in our communities, we will make a substantial impact. The world is made up of organizations and people that care, and if we all do our part, the results will pay huge dividends with love, care, and a better world.
We do a lot to improve life for people and communities in need!