VOLUNTEERS MUST BE OVER 12 YEARS OLD.
Several times per week, groups volunteer to provide breakfast or dinner for the families staying at Brent's Place. This service can be a relief for families trying to manage the complex environment surrounding their children fighting life-threatening illnesses.
On October 21st
IREM Greater Denver will be hosting dinner by providing a
Volunteers can either prepare their soup at home or bring the ingredients and prepare the soup onsite. The soups must be ready to go at 4:30 PM, so that families can begin eating at 5PM.
For those bringing SOUP to feed approximately 24:
You will want to bring any special garnishments for your soup.
For those bringing SALAD to feed approximately 24:
You will want to bring any special dressings, croutons, or garnishes. Kids in treatment may not be able to eat fresh fruits and vegetables, but parents and siblings can.
For those bringing BREAD to feed approximately 36:
You will want to bring any butters or spreads for your bread.
A local gluten-free bakery will be donating GF Bread.
For those bringing DESSERT for approximately 36:
Something easy to add to their plate, like cookies, brownies, or cupcakes works best!
A local gluten-free bakery will be donating GF brownies and cookies.
For those bringing DRINKS for approximately 36:
Think about bringing something easy to carry and not too sugary!
The Brent's Place Kitchens are fully stocked and provides the plates/bowls/flatware and napkins. If you don't have a crock pot or chaffing dishes, they have those available, as well as ovens for reheating.
Volunteers will also be packaging food for parents who are at the hospital, and for those families that are just too exhausted to come to the kitchen. When all the families have eaten, and everything is packaged, we will need to clean up.
Please register for the level of volunteer engagement that works for you!