Meal Train® for St. John's Ministries Women's Shelter Dinners

St. John's Ministries Women's Shelter Dinners

Meal Train® for St. John's Ministries Women's Shelter Dinners


St. John's Ministries Women's Shelter Dinners


Brooke Graham of St. John's Ministries

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Food For

35 Adults

Drop-Off Time

5:00-5:30pm; ready to serve around 5:45pm

Special Instructions

Notes and Reminders for Women’s Shelter You are signing up to provide and serve a meal at the Women’s Shelter, located at 700 E Walnut St. Meal teams will serve the meal also, but if that is not possible for your group, please let us know in advance and we will secure other volunteers for that. Meal Preparation: Meals must be cooked outside of the shelter and brought in ready to serve. Our operating agreement does not allow us to cook at the shelter. Food should be brought in containers that you can take back home with you or are disposable. The number of portions needed will fluctuate during the season, but you will find the current need in this section. Bringing the Meal in: Use the rear entrance on the south side of the building. There is no doorbell (likely for the entirety of this season), so please call inside so a staff member or volunteer can open the door for you. The phone number is 920-857-9587. If your hands will be full, please call from your car first and wait for the door to be opened. An alternate method of entry is to walk to the front of the building to the main entrance for the Women’s Shelter. Serving the Meal: The shelter opens and starts receiving guests at 5:00pm. Please plan on arriving with your food no later than 5:30 to set up. Serving runs 5:45-7:15pm. 3-5 people is a good-sized group for the shelter’s kitchen space. Please plan on serving until 7:15pm and clean up after yourselves. After that, hospitality volunteers will put together any meals needed by people coming in late. We ask that Meal Team members wear disposable gloves while serving and/or touching food. Besides the meal we ask you to bring: • 2-3 gallons of milk • 1–2 gallons of juice or a drink • paper plates, cups, and bowls- whatever is needed for your meal The shelter staff may ask you to make up some extra dinner plates for guests coming late from work- be sure to ask the Lead Volunteer or staff shift lead how many they want! Thank you for your willingness to share your love through your gift of cooking with our brothers and sisters at the Shelter. The love you share through this ministry sets the tone for our work – it communicates in a tangible way that every person is important and cared for at St. John’s. Thank you for the blessing you are to all of us.

Meal Drop-Off Location

Green Bay, WI

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