She still has a good work ethic.
The meat selections were kind of nasty (hence four stars) but the vegetarian pack was good.
When my daughter got older, we went to the warehouse to pack bags. "Okay now, we're doing oranges, put six in each bag, now the potatoes are coming..." At the warehouse, nice church ladies served hot soup or chili to the volunteers and it was a nice (cheap) social experience for us.
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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Find a volunteer to make them a website. I happened on them by luck, but they don't seem to have exist online, except for some dead links. I like that they focus on their mission, rather than on marketing, and that's good, but isn't web hosting pretty cheap these days? Even a facebook page would do it.
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How did you find this group?
Can't remember, it could have been an article in the Woodland Democrat, as we were living in Woodland, CA at the time.
What, if any, change in your life has this group encouraged?
Encouraged volunteering, gave me an opportunity to volunteer with my child, inspired some of the first freelance writing for which I got paid. While I am not a writer now, having sold some writing didn't hurt my resume any when I was looking for work after my divorce. The people were very nice, upbeat folks. At the time I met them, I really needed some friendliness
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