Tuesday Afternoon Cook
Volunteer Types: Food preparation and services
Organization types: Community and Social Services
Long term (6 months to a year)
Application Deadline: December 31, 2022
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Do you enjoy cooking? Have you experienced cooking for large numbers of people?

Centre 507 serves dinner for upwards of 100 people at a time, 4 days a week. We are currently looking for 1 volunteer on Tuesday afternoons from 1:30pm-4pm. The dinner cook with liaise with support staff.
The tasks include:
– Using common kitchen appliances and food items to prepare healthy, nutritious and filling meals for our community members.
– May also include assisting with food preparation as per instructions by the Food Services Coordinator or support staff.
Knowledge of rational/industrial oven is an asset.

How will this opportunity benefit the volunteer?
You will be assisting the Centre 507 to provide meals to its diverse Participants. Our provision of food and refreshments have been identified as essential service by the City of Ottawa. Many volunteers feel a sense of satisfaction and accomplishment and connection to a community. You will engage community members, assist with food security and be working in a team with other staff and volunteers.
How will the organization benefit?
Candidates must be 19+ years of age, double vaccinated and able to climb stairs. Some standing and twisting also involved. Community members are served in a socially distanced manner and staff members sanitize areas after each guest. Other considerations: double vaccinated and wear a mask while on-site. The volunteer will be part of a lively staff and volunteer team. The volunteer reports to the Volunteer coordinator.
Volunteer location:
Centre 507 is an adult drop-in centre and support service, open to all who seek a safe and friendly environment. Serving Ottawa since 1983, the centre is at 507 Bank Street near the corner of Argyle.


Rob E
@Centre 507
Time it will take to contact applicants:


This position would be great for: Adults, Newcomers to Canada, Young Adults (19-24)
Number of Positions Available: 1
Good for people interested in: Food preparation and services
You will be helping with: Disadvantaged, First Nations, Métis, Inuit, Indigenous persons, Homeless, LGBTQI2+, Men, Persons new to Canada, Persons with disabilities or medical conditions, Seniors, Visible minorities or racialized persons, Women, Youth (19-24 years)

Volunteer Considerations

  • Suitable for community service hours
  • Public transportation available
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