Interfaith Winter Shelter Volunteers
Indicate your availability to serve with Grace Cathedral as part of the
Winter Interfaith Shelter
Our shelter date is Thursday, February 9, at
St. Mark's Lutheran Church
What do you prefer to be called?
What are your preferred pronouns?
In what way are you available to serve?
Menu and process planning
2/9 from 2-4:30 PM | Prep cook at Grace Cathedral (4-6 people)
2/9 4:30-5:30 PM | Drive prepped ingredients from Grace to St. Mark's (2 people)
2/9 5-8 PM | Cook, serve and pack up at St. Mark's (4-6 people)
Do you have a car and are you wiling and available to drive?
I don't have a car or cannot drive.
I do have a car and am happy to drive.
Possibly, in a pinch or with some negotation I could.
Health and Safety
The 2023 Interfaith Winter Shelter includes vaccination pop up sites to encourage all unhoused residents of the city to get vaccinated against COVID-19. For the health and safety of the whole community, the partner agencies ask that we observe a rigorous standards around COVID health.
Are you fully vaccinated against COVID-19?
Yes, I'm fully vaccinated.
I'm partially vaccinated.
I have not been vaccinated.
Fully vaccinated means that you've received an initial course of COVID vaccines, a booster and a bivalent booster.
I understand and will abide by the shelter masking requirements.
I am not able/willing to comply with the masking requirements.
The partner agencies require that all volunteers where a high-quality, well-fitting mask (eg KN94, N95) while serving in the shelter facilities. Masking requirements apply regardless of vaccination status.