HOSPITALITY VOLUNTEER ROLE
Services’ Program Description
Our staff works directly with those seeking services, as well as with case managers & staff from other agencies, to make connections to those often hard-to-access resources, services, and goods that can provide additional or necessary ingredients for a successful move out of homelessness, transition into housing, or avoidance of housing loss.
We connect our participants to comprehensive social & medical services & other supportive services. These services include: vision, hearing, dental, general medical, mental health, addiction treatment & recovery services, harm reduction programs, self-help programs, food, clothing, computer access & classes, transportation, employment services, Medi-Cal, SSI, SSDI, income assistance & other financial services.
Hospitality Volunteer Role:
The Hospitality Volunteer is responsible for creating a welcoming, respectful and peaceful environment for our participants. He or she will be the first point of contact for San Franciscans who are at risk of becoming homeless, currently homeless or transitioning into housing. The Hospitality Volunteer will play a vital role in the Services Team by supporting PHC in creating a welcoming environment for all participants.
It’s very important that you have compassion for people experiencing homelessness and motivation to support a great nonprofit!
Tuesdays and Wednesdays
Full shift - 8:30am-1:30pm or
Two shifts - 8:30-11am | 11-1:30 pm
The first shifts begins at 8:30am to allow 30 minutes to prepare for the day. This includes making coffee, preparing snacks and in-kind items to be given out, etc.
This position is a three month commitment at least, and you must attend a Volunteer Orientation within three months.