|Purpose||Location||Serving Details||Items Needed||Dates/Time||Contact Info|
|American Cancer Society- Hope Lodge||The Hope Lodge provides housing for adults receiving cancer treatments at local hospitals||1500 College Way||Groups are needed to make and serve dinner to the guests and their caretakers.Groups can also sign up for a Baking Saturday, where they can use the Hope Lodge kitchen to bake treats for guests.|
Provide food for 40 guests
|Nightly- dinner is served at 6pm. They are currently scheduling volunteers for January.||Melissa.Darsey@cancer.org 859-260-8300|
|Arbor Youth Services||Arbor Youth Services provides safe alternatives for at-risk children, youth, and their families.||536 West 3rd Street||Groups will bring a meal for young adults ages 18-24. There will be time to eat and spend time together.||Provide food for 8-10||Fridays||Christie Primeaux firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Dining with Dignity/Lighthouse Ministries||
Lighthouse feeds Lexington’s homeless and food-insecure population. Hot meals are served twice a day, seven days a week.
|190 Spruce Street||Groups will make and serve food for guests, fellowship with guests, and clean up.||None. (Groups can provide food, but it is not required.)||Nightly 5:15-7:15pm (Dinner served at 6:00pm)||stephanie.werne@thelighthouseministries..org|
|God's Pantry Food Bank||This food bank distributes food to helps to alleviate hunger in Central Kentucky.||Lunches can be dropped off at 360 West Loudon||Groups will spend time in the warehouse, sorting and repacking food.||None||Tuesday and Thursday evenings, Saturday mornings (3 hour shifts)||Sign up at https://www.godspantry.org/volunteer-warehouse/ or email email@example.com|
|Hope Center||The Hope Center mission is tocare for homeless and at-risk persons by providing life-sustaining and life-rebuilding services.||360 West Loudon Avenue||Groups are needed to serve breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Food is prepared by Hope Center staff.||None (Groups can provide food, but it is not required.)||6:30-7:30am 12:00-1:00pm 5:00-6:00pm||Carey Cairo firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Hope Center HopeMobile||This mobile unit parks at a different location each day- around 150 bagged lunches are passed out daily.||Lunches can be dropped off at 360 West Louidon||Lunches can be dropped off at the Hope Center anytime Sunday-Thursday.||High-protein sanfwiches with no condiments. For|
example, turkey or bologna and cheese, or PB&J.
Meat and cheese sandwiches are preferred. Please
place each sandwich in an individual Ziploc bag. Feel free to include fruit cups,
fruit, granola bars, beef jerky sticks, cookies or individually wrapped
snack items or crackers.
|Ongoing||Carey Cairo email@example.com|
|Ronald McDonald House||Provides accomodation and meals for families with children in local hospitals.||1300 Sports Center Drive||
Groups will make and serve food for guests of the house, eat and fellowship with guests, and clean up.
Provide food for 40-50 guests (no drinks or paper products needed)
(Dinner served at 7:00pm)
|Email firstname.lastname@example.org for available dates|
|Serve||Popup organization that sets up weekly- provides food and other basic neccessities to Lexington's downtown population.||
Downtown Lexington (see Facebook or send an email for weekly locations)
Groups meet to serve food to needy population in downtown Lexington.
Varied- groups can bring food (packaged or cooked) or can choose to bring other items- toiletries, clothing, etc.
|Wednesday evenings- 6:00pm start time||‘Serve Lexington’ Facebook page (sign ups listed weekly)
|Sewing God's Love||This organization provides dolls to children receiving treatment at local hospitals. The doctors and nurses use the dolls to help explain medical procedures to children.||LexCity Landing||
Groups cut patterns and stuff dolls to be donated to the children’s hospital. Dinner is provided for volunteers and kids are welcome to serve as well.
|None||2nd Monday of each month 6-8pm||Megan and Eric Halstead