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Providence House

County: Collier
Categories Marketing/PR/Event Planning
Youth
Social Services
Details: Providence House is a faith-based, non-profit 501[c]3 organization committed to strengthening family life and dignity for the working poor in Naples. Our two-year self-sufficiency program helps homeless and near-homeless low-income single women with young children transition out of homelessness through personal accountability and supportive services.
Job Description: 1.) Engage children in meaningful activities while their mothers gain valuable life skills

2.)Apartment hosting - light cleaning and staging of a home on our campus for new incoming families.

3.) Organize a drive to collect household items, office supplies, and books for our in-house inspirational library

4.) Organize a Family meal for families to enjoy before Life Skills class

5.)Provide evening childcare for moms attending school in the evening classes.
Times of Work: Weekdays daytime, Weekdays evenings
Primary Contact: Mrs. Crystal Hernandez
P.O. Box 128
Naples, FL 34106
Fax: (239) 300-0409
Phone: (239) 692-8779
Email: crystal@providencehousenaples.org
Website: http://www.providencehousenaples.org
Secondary Contact: Joan Nellis
Phone: (239) 692-8779
Worker's Comp for Volunteers?: N
Benefits Offered: Work with a small, supportive team; Gain valuable experience as a direct service professional, refine your communication, problem solving, and interpersonal skills; demonstrate and develop your emotional and social intelligence and competence; discover the magnitude of your ability to make a gift of yourself in a way that transforms you and those you serve; enjoy the quiet and beauty of our campus grounds; experience one of the greatest treasures life offers-the simple wisdom, joy, and integrity of our beautiful children.
Additional Information: Enjoy great meals and fellowship during the Family Meal with staff, volunteers, and the wonderful families we serve.

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