We appreciate volunteers of all ages at MSK and are so thankful that you are considering having your child donate their time and talents to our mission.  We have guidelines for young volunteers in order to keep them safe and offer them the best experience.


MSK Kids Day

The MSK will be sponsoring Kids Days on November 4, 2017, December 2, 2017, and December 16, 2017.  Kids of all ages are welcome to come and help with indirect activities assisting the MSK.

Some of the activities will include: cleaning tables (top and underneath), sealing meals, creating decorative and uplifting place mats for patrons, and painting rocks to spread kindness.  Can goods and non-perishable food items can also be brought to the soup kitchen and the children can help sort in the pantry.

During the December dates, the kids can bring in unwrapped gift items and we will wrap the items to be left for families of MSK.  Suggested items: gloves, hats, boots, clothes and gift cards.  We will also be collecting non-perishable food items at this time as well.

All children must be supervised by an adult and all adult volunteers should complete the MSK Volunteer Form

Check out our kid volunteers from Saturday, November 4th!

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11-13 year olds who volunteer at MSK must be working side by side with a parent at all times.

14-15 year olds must have a parent in the building at all times.

16-17 year olds may volunteer without a parent in the building, but must be picked up by 2pm Monday through Thursday and 1pm on Friday. 16-17 year olds are treated as responsible adults while volunteering at MSK and MSK does not assume responsibility for their safety or actions. If you are not confident in your child’s ability to take on this level of independence, a parent should remain in the building.

Children 10 and under are not able to volunteer in the Mooresville Soup Kitchen during the guest operation hours. Young children can collect items, come for a tour, or schedule a group to come and volunteer during afternoon hours or once a month on a Saturday. They can deliver items collected, make decorations, create place mats, and many other fun activities. All activities for young children should be scheduled in advance by calling the Volunteer Coordinator.

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Children 10 and under can collect the items on our greatest needs list:

Canned Vegetables
Napkins
Instant Grits
Sugar
Instant Milk
Carnation Milk
Water
Butter
Corn Meal

Small first aid kits
Blessing Bags (anything to protect from the sun)
Hygiene products
Gift Cards (food places)
Liquid Detergent
Egg Cartons
Plastic Silverware
Black 45 Gallon Trash Bags

 

$100 will provide a field trip for 20 children in our summer program

$5,000 will provide a hot meal for our children in our dining room for an entire year