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Tyndale Youth Ministry Leadership Conference 2018 #TYMLC2018: 

Join other Youth Pastors and lay leaders on Nov 16 - 17, 2018 for the Tyndale Youth Ministry Leadership Conference in Toronto. Back by popular demand given the interest in the topic last year, Dr. Bradley Noel will be delving deeper with double the time and focus on ‘Generation Z’.

Raw Carrot Kitchen Volunteer

Raw Carrot Kitchen Volunteer

Company: The Raw Carrot Soup Enterprise/ Mennonite Central Committee of Ontario
Contact Person: Jennifer Klassen
57 Stirling Avenue North
Kitchener, Ontario , N2H 3G4
Phone: 5198651965

Position Description

VOLUNTEER: Part-time (2-6 hours/week) @ Stirling Avenue Mennonite Church

The Raw Carrot Soup Enterprise is a not-for-profit social enterprise that provides meaningful employment for individuals with disAbilities and barriers to traditional employment. We create handcrafted healthy gourmet soup that is sold in farmers markets and retail locations throughout Ontario. We currently have 3 locations in Southwestern Ontario. In Kitchener, we are partnered with with Mennonite Central Committee of Ontario.  

The Raw Carrot thrives due to the partnership of many individuals who devote their time and energy to helping us in various ways. We are thrilled to have many hands involved...or many wooden spoons in the pot!


The purpose of a kitchen volunteer is 3-fold:

1.     Supporting staff on the Ontario Disability Support Program to increase their culinary skills

2.     Contributing to a positive, welcoming work environment where everyone experiences acceptance and encouragement

3.     Assisting in soup preparation so that the work gets finished in a timely manner

*The order listed above is intentional: the primary role of a volunteer is to support all aspects of staff development and assist in creating a positive workspace where people can thrive. Peeling, chopping and soup making are necessary by-products! Our staff are the primary beneficiaries of the program, while the soup making is the vehicle to support their on-the-job skill development and employment. 


Posted: September 11, 2018 | Expires: March 11, 2019
Posted Under: Ministry - General
Career ID: [ 5884 ]