The overall experience there is humbling as its showed me to be a bit more grateful for the food I have at home. Its shown me that we need more people out here helping those who are less fortunate than others because we all deserve a hot meal in our belly. It is the reason why I love volunteering at the SAFB is because there combat that food deprivation.
The overall experience there was something new and different for me as I have never really gardened before so the take on nurturing and caring for plant life. The amount of detail needed to care for such small life is in lack of better terms very important. Like most things, the process of watching something grow into something so small I guess is what I saw as beauty. I truly did enjoy the knowledge they shared with me as maybe in the near future a garden does not sound too bad as a form of finding inner peace.
i felt as if i learn something different everytime I go and volunteer for a different shift and area. It sheds new light on the many ways we can help San Antonio homes and how each and every one of these shifts is interconnected to fight the food insecurities many families face and we just simply don't know. So I do enjoy giving my time to the SAFB for the cause they are fighting.
Like in the two statements above, i have an overall great time at the SAFB as it is a well-organized organization and the environment is volunteer friendly.
My experience there was better since i had my brother there to accompany me so I didn't feel as awkward and alone
i feel like as a whole individual its made a bit more aware of the hunger people face around our city and it was nice to make a small contribution.
We performed a telehealth call with a total of 4 patients today, which of them was conducted by a group and myself where we assessed the basic living of the client.
regarding this volunteer service and the one I recently did I have the email confirmations that the food bank sent to me in my personal email. is is possible for me to forward the emails to someone so that they are counted for?