The Tuesday Sandwich Makers is a project to help the Community Day Center in Waltham (CDCW) continue to serve a healthy lunch to their clients during this time of pandemic. CDCW is the only drop-in day program for homeless individuals in the Metrowest and until the pandemic, served a hot sit down lunch each weekday to their clients. But now they have adjusted to offering grab-and-go lunches.
That’s where you come in.
We looking for volunteers to make 40 sandwiches for the CDCW’s Tuesday lunch program. We ask that you/your group commit to making at least 20 sandwiches, but you can do all 40 as well. This is a perfect project for a youth group, teams of families, a class or just a group of friends wanting to pitch in. You can do it once, several times or on an ongoing basis. For everyone’s health and safety, makers must observe safe food handling practices and health guidelines that will be sent to you upon signing up.
For more information, contact Barry Glass at email@example.com or by phone at 339.440.0133 or sign up here.
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