Volunteer Opportunities this Holiday Season

Are you looking for ways to help the poor and homeless this holiday season? You can help SOME feed and care for those who are most in need by collecting food, warm clothing and festive shoebox gifts, and by participating in or volunteering at our 14th Annual Thanksgiving Day Trot for Hunger.

Register or Volunteer for the Thanksgiving Day Trot for Hunger
Participate in or volunteer at SOME’s 14th Annual Thanksgiving Day Trot for Hunger. The Trot raises awareness of hunger and poverty in our nation’s capital and benefits SOME’s food programs and other services. Trot volunteers assist with all aspects of the event, including registration, bag check and unloading SOME vehicles, and must be at least 16 years old.
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Organize a Food Drive
SOME relies on food donations to serve more than 400,000 meals to hungry men, women and children each year. Organizing a food drive in your office, school, faith community or other location is a wonderful way to help people in need during the holidays and throughout the year.
Food Drive Flyer      Customizable Food Drive Flyer

Create Shoebox Gifts
Shoebox gifts are shoeboxes decorated for the holidays and brimming with gifts and essential items for homeless or poor children, women and men. We are particularly in need of shoebox gifts for men and women. Your gift boxes will be given out or delivered
over the holidays to all who come to SOME for meals and services and to those who are residents in SOME’s housing.

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