Stocking and Repacking Assistant
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Community Food Club

Stocking and Repacking Assistant

You’ll help sort delivered food donations and bring them out to shelves for the shoppers. You’ll keep the store tidy and inviting by doing some general sweeping and cleaning. You’ll get a general sense of the store’s layout so you can help a customer when they say, “Could you tell me where I can find the….?”

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Commitment
2-hour shifts; as you're available
Requirements
16+; volunteers younger than 18 must have a legal guardian sign a liability waiver
Neighborhood
Southeast Side
Location
Community Food Club
1100 S Division Ave
Grand Rapids, MI 49507 1100 S Division Ave
Grand Rapids, MI 49507
U.S.

Is This the Right Fit for Me?

You love being active and on your feet. You’re able to comfortably lift about 15 lbs at a time with your hands and arms to restock and arrange product on the shelves. You take pride in making a space look nice, so you’ve got your eye out for a fallen box of cereal on the shelf when you walk by. You don’t mind taking on the little things that make a big difference, like wiping down a shelf or sweeping up some spilled rice.

About Community Food Club

Walk through the doors of the Community Food Club and you will finds a grocery store stocked with fresh fruits and vegetables, eggs, milk, cheese, meat and dry goods. Members complete their shopping trip at the checkout lane and receive a receipt that shows the order total and the remaining point balance.

Member households pay $11-$15 for a 30 day membership and are given an allotment of points based on their household size. Point values are assigned to each food item at the Community Food Club and members select the foods that best meet their families needs. Members may shop as often as they wish, up to once per day, until all of their points are used. Dignity and choice are the hallmarks of the Community Food Club model.

What differentiates the Community Food Club from a traditional grocery store? The price! Fruits and vegetables are the lowest priced items in the store while processed foods and snacks are the among the highest. This model helps increase food security in general; providing our members access to fresh produce and other healthy foods.


Contact the Organization

If you’re ready to ask some questions and get started, contact the Community Food Club directly.

Administrator Program Manager 616-288-5550

What to Expect

Reach out to Kendra to let her know you're interested. She'll send you some basic paperwork to submit, then she'll invite you to an upcoming one-hour orientation for new volunteers. Once you've completed orientation, you'll be able to sign up for future volunteer roles and shifts that work best for you using an easy online sign-up tool.