Eastern Illinois Foodbank
2405 North Shore Drive
Urbana, IL 61802
Phone (217) 328-3663

MUSIC & LIVE DJ • FOOD & REFRESHMENTS • REPACKING AROUND THE CLOCK!


YOUR MISSION:  Grab a group of family members, friends or co-workers, and join the Eastern Illinois Foodbank to kick-off Hunger Action Month!

REPORT FOR DUTY ON:  SEPTEMBER 5-6, 2014 (2-hour shifts from 2pm-2am)
2-hour repack shifts will be available from 2pm Friday until 2am Saturday.  Individuals and groups (age 10+) of up to 30 volunteers will be repacking bulk product into family size portions to be distributed to 220 pantries, soup kitchens and shelters across EIF’s 14-county region.  Please note: any volunteer 10-13 year's old must be accompanied by an adult.


KIDS ZONE (4pm-8pm) presented by Chambana Moms
The Kids Zone will be open from 4-8pm for kids age 5-13 (must be accompanied by a parent).  Two 2-hour shifts will be available.  Kids will participate in a labeling and sorting activity.

LOCATION: Repacking will be held at EIF (2405 North Shore Drive, Urbana)

MESS HALL:  Food and drinks will be available to all repackers.  Please note: food is not allowed in the repack room.

GEAR NEEDED:  All volunteers who register by August 29 will be provided offical repack gear - an OPERATION ORANGE t-shirt - to wear while repacking.  Please wear closed-toed shoes and remove all jewelry.  To comply with food safety standards any volunteer not wearing closed-toed shoes will not be able to repack.

BEFORE YOU REPACK INSTRUCTIONS:

  • To make sure we don’t go over room capacity, please do not attend a repack without registering first.
  • We heavily depend on volunteers to repack bulk food product so if you register and then can’t attend please email Kristen.
  • If you show any signs of cold, flu or sickness please abstain from repackaging food.
  • If you  have any food allergies please check with Kristen as to what will be repacked.
  • Please arrive to your shift on time. Explaining repack instructions to one full group is easier on us and decreases the likelihood of repackaging/inventory errors.

 

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