Who can Volunteer: Girl Scouts, their families and friends ages 8 and older may volunteer.
What to wear: Besides closed toed shoes, please wear a Girl Scout t-shirt if you have one.
What you will do: Volunteers repackage bulk foods such as pasta, cereal, potatoes, rice, etc.
into family size packages, sort food from food drives and donations, or label canned goods.
What happens to the food: These items go to nearly 1,000 partner agencies, including food shelves and
feeding programs that serve our hungry neighbors.
Things to Note before signing up: You must be able to stand during your entire shift.
For safety reasons, you are required to wear closed toed shoes and remove all jewelry.
Second Harvest Heartland advises volunteers with food allergies to exercise caution when
determining whether or not to participate in food packing.
Time: 8:50 a.m. (arrival and registration); 9 - 11:30 a.m. (volunteering)
New Address: 7101 Winnetka Avenue N., Brooklyn Park, MN 55428
What to bring: Youth Waiver Form (must be filled out by the Parent and turned in at registration).
Entrance: Please follow the signs to enter through the main door on the North side of the building.
Parking: Parking is available on the North side of the building.
Second Harvest Heartland Safety Ratios:
8-9 Year olds = 1 Adult per 2 youth
10-14 Year olds = 1 Adult per 6 youth
15-17 Year olds - 1 Adult per 10 youth
Wayzata Girl Scouts has signed up for the entire shift (80 volunteers). We are required to provide enough adults to meet the adult/youth ratio; however, we can have more adults than the required numbers. If your Troop is unable to come up with enough adults; please check with me as we may have extra adults that can help meet our numbers. Everyone that signs up will be working as one big group.