I have been volunteering with Yad Ezra for the past 6 months. I have loved every minute of it. The fellow volunteers are so sweet and kind and the clients are very appreciative. I have worked in other nonprofit establishments, and rarely do you get to interact directly with the clients like you do at Yad Ezra. It is a very rewarding experience.
I started working with Yad Ezra through our synogogue several years ago. We started out delivering meals to home bound clients. We enjoyed helping people that were not able to travel to get the food themselves.
Now I am working at the main building assistings the mobile clients with getting their food. It is very gratifying to see the quality of the food as well as the quanity that each person gets to sustain them through the month.
There are a varity of things to do and the people I work with are lots of fun.
I have been volunteering at Yad Ezra for the past 5 years. I cam to Yad Ezra because of my feeling of the importance of providing food for those who has none. What I found here was a warm collaboration between staff and volunteers all directed towards serving an ever growing clientele.
I am a retired school teacher. Volunteerism was something I knew I would do once I had more free time. I feel so rewarded with this job. I have met the most incredible and kindest people I have ever known. From the workers to the clients to students who volunteer their time...everyone is an important part of the plan. I am humbled and honored to serve those in need at Yad Ezra.
Yad Ezra is the epitome in the concept of "giving back". Our community takes care of those in need. I have volunteered here for over ten years and know that those we help are very grateful for the food they receive. Every client is treated with dignity and respect. Every day at Yad Ezra is a good day.
I am extremely impressed with how Yad Ezra is run. Everyone is treated with the upmost respect. I feel privileged to volunteer there!
After volunteering for two years at Yad Ezra, I have the utmost respect for all that they do. They seem to be very financially responsible, in that there is a limited number of paid staff. There are a great deal of volunteers who gladly perform many diverse tasks.
Yad Ezra is a food kosher food pantry for the entire community. It even services the Flint area.
It is a real honor to be involved with such a wonderful organization.
I has been a pleasure to come to Yad Ezra for the past 2 years. I believe this organizations provides food for so many people in need.
It has been a privilege to help distribute food to those who do not have adequate sources of food. I have witnessed the way the privacy and dignity of Yad Ezra is handled.
Wonderful group, well organized, innovative, and effective in setting and meeting goals. They're very good about using monetary gifts wisely, and their physical warehouse is beautifully kept. It's not easy to run a food program, and it's even tougher when the laws of kashrut must be observed in addition to ordinary governmental regulations. Yad Ezra does a great job of following both sets of rules.