The Market Food Pantry at Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center is looking for a few volunteers who don’t mind helping out in the non-glamorous side of things. Every Wednesday morning we gather at 9am to unload the van, sort through fresh produce & bread, and get set-up.
Sometimes it’s a bit messy, but it’s necessary to keeping the pantry open each week. If you can spare 1-2 hours on a Wednesday morning, let us know! We’d love to have you!
Interested in joining? Contact Treva Burgess at email@example.com or (317) 639-6106 to sign up.
About the Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center
Mission: To empower individuals by serving as a resource for help and hope Overview Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center (MRNC) is a leading nonprofit organization serving the southwest Indianapolis community. In an area of the city where the challenges of poverty, under-education, and unemployment are very real, MRNC assists families in strengthening their own lives and increasing independence though innovative services, activities, training, and enrichment opportunities.
Founded in 1911, the center is named after Mary Rigg, a long-time center Director and one of Indiana’s first licensed social workers. MRNC is a United Way agency which provides resources and opportunities to over 6,000 individuals and families last year.
The center’s efforts are focused in 3 key areas: Adult Learning & Job Services: • Adult Education • Vocational Training • Individual Job Coaching • Individual Financial Coaching • Job Club Youth Services: • Before/After School Services • Summer Day Camp • LEADERS (College & Career exploration for ages 11-14) • Community Schools Project • Head Start Preschool (next door) Help Services: • Crisis Assistance & Referrals • Community Resources • Emergency Food Pantry • Resource Center – Computers, Phone, Fax