The Shalom Project

The Shalom Project runs programs that challenge the cycle of poverty in our community with a spirit of inclusion, compassion and justice. 

UNCSA at Shalom Project
Volunteer opportunities:

  • Monday 9:30 a.m. to noon and 1:30-3 p.m. Food pantry and clothing closet preparation: unloading food and clothing donations, organizing, packing bags. Food pantry allows for 6-10 volunteers; the clothing closet allows for five.
  • Tuesday 9 a.m. to noon: food pantry and clothing closet is open for clients. Assist with check-in, shopping and distribution; assist clients in carrying items to their cars as needed. 15-20 volunteers are allowed with social distancing.
  • Wednesday 1:45-3:30 p.m.: Meal prep for the Welcome Table (currently not in operation due to COVID).
  • Wednesday 5-8:30 p.m.: medical clinic assistance: checking patients in, counting pills. Volunteers with medical backgrounds can see patients. Interpreters are needed.
  • Group projects (such as refreshing the kitchen and clinic spaces) and ad hoc projects are possible—contact Shalom Project to learn more. 

Volunteer information: Volunteers must sign confidentiality and liability waivers. Bilingual volunteers are needed (Spanish, but also a mix of Asian and African languages) 

Category: Social Services  
Location: 639 Green Street South  

June 15, 2021