Rainier valley Little Free Pantry restocking ride every Friday from 10am to 3pm Sign-up
Ride with Seattle Pedaling Relief Project on Fridays from 10am to 3pm to help support families in the Rainier Valley who are experiencing food insecurity!
We are looking for six volunteers who are interested in fighting food insecurity in their community while also riding their bikes in the Rainier Valley! We will be doing this by riding out from the Rainier Valley Food Bank to restock 10 Little Free Pantries that are in the surrounding neighborhoods. These community 24hour pantries offer a zero-barrier access point to food to help fill the gaps in the food system. They support neighbors who are facing food insecurity while building micro-communities. This is a very low contact volunteer opportunity as the only person who you will need to regularly work with is the coordinator at the food bank and this is a great way to just be able to get out and explore your community by bike!
You will only need to fill this volunteer sign-up for out once.
This does not need to be your legal name. Add your pronouns, too, if you want!
Please include your area code. Leave this field blank if you do not have a phone number or if you would prefer not to share it. Your name and phone number (if you choose to share it) will be shared with the coordinator at the Rainier Valley Food Bank.
After you submit this form you will be given a link to the Volunteer date slot and route selection document where you can select the Friday days and restocking loops that you would like to ride!
What time during the 10am to 2pm time block are you available to start at the Rainier Valley Food Bank?
For the first few times that you volunteer giving us estimated time that you plan on arriving at the food bank will help the coordinator there ensure that she is there when you arrive so that she can help you load up and answer any questions that you might have.
Would you like to be added to an email chain where you, the other Rainier Valley Food Bank restocking volunteers, the pantry hosts whose pantries you will be restocking, and the food bank coordinator can post feedback and coordinate requests for culturally and community specific items from the food bank?
No, thank you!
I would if it was a channel on Slack
Getting out on your bike and volunteering with Seattle Pedaling Relief Project is a great opportunity to spread the spirit of giving and build community. There are certain risks associated to cycling, as is the case with any physical activity, the risk of injury, even serious or disabling, is always present and cannot be entirely eliminated. As a participant please ride safely and considerately, utilizing your best judgement.
I agree to the following:
1. I understand that I am participating in this weekly Seattle Pedaling Relief Project volunteer event. I recognize that cycling requires physical exertion that can be strenuous. I am fully aware of the risks involved.
2. I represent and warrant that I am physically fit and have no medical conditions that would prevent me from participation.
3. I affirm that I alone am responsible to decide whether to participate in the ride. I hereby agree to irrevocably release and waive any claims that I have now or hereafter may have against the Organizer of the event.
Before you go, do you have any additional specifications, comments, or questions?
Thank you and we look forward to riding with you on Fridays to get valuable food and supplies out to community members in need in the Rainier Valley!
On the page after you submit this form there will be a link to select the days and pantry restocking loops that you would like to ride!
You will also receive an email connecting you to our our coordinator at the Rainier Valley Food Bank!
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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This form was created inside of Cascade Bicycle Club.