Caring for Friends™ successfully works with schools, churches, synagogues, and other groups such as clubs, scouts, sororities, and fraternities.
Community service projects can be virtual or on-site and customized to your organization, and may include:
Weekly or monthly cooking—Gather your staff or employees at your facility or our commercial kitchen to prepare meals for the elderly, homebound, disabled, or isolated individuals served by Caring for Friends. Learn more about contributing to our cooking program.
Food drive—Collect nonperishable food that can be used for cooking meals or for our Snack Bags or Caring Boxes. We can also use items your group collects during your food drive for our community food distribution efforts.
Snack Bags—Members of your group or organization can work as a team to assemble Snack Bags, which consist of nonperishable, healthy food for our regular client friends and other individuals to ensure they have a hearty start to each day. Groups typically prepare these bags as part of a volunteer event. Learn more about assembling Snack Bags.
Caring Notes to client friends—We typically insert friendly, inspirational messages in each of the Snack Bags. Learn about how your group can get together to create these in person or via conference call notes.
Sponsor a freezer—Caring for Friends stores meals for our client friends in freezers throughout the Philadelphia area. Your group can make a meaningful difference and sponsor a freezer for $1,000.