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The Clothing Assistance Program (CAP) is a partnership between the 15th District Parent Teacher Association (PTA) and Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS). CAP provides clothing to JCPS students and their families in need. Clothing is donated and provided free of charge to those families. Help is always needed sorting, sizing, hanging, and organizing our donated clothing. Volunteer hours during the school year are Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursdays from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Other hours can be scheduled.

04/01/2017 - 03/01/2020

We are always looking for people to help spread the word about the need for diapers in our community. We collect diapers all year long to help low-income and homeless families in our community. Great places to host diaper drives include churches, schools, places of employment, and any other places you can think of. We also take monetary donations to help with the purchase of diapers. To understand more about diaper need you can also check which has great suggestions for setting up diaper drives. We also take open packages.

We are the only diaper bank in the state of Kentucky. We currently serve 12 agencies in our community. If you have any questions about diaper need, please let us know. We also collect adult diapers.

08/11/2017 - 08/12/2017

Generations of friends and family gather every August for the annual picnic at St. Joseph Children?s Home to play games, visit, eat, drink, and volunteer. On average, over 50,000 people attend on Picnic Day!

All proceeds from the Picnic supports St. Joe?s kids! Join St. Joe's history by volunteering for picnic weekend! If interested, copy and paste the link below into your internet browser to sign up!

02/15/2017 - 04/20/2019

St. Matthews Area Ministries has an ongoing need for volunteers to substitute as needed in our food pantry. Service includes setting up and giving out bread and produce, filling orders from our Dare to Care, USDA, and St. MAM food pantries, checking dates on cans and stocking shelves, carrying bags of groceries to clients' cars, documenting client visits, clean up at end of shift.

St. MAM needs subs for the following shifts: Monday 8:45-12, Tuesday 9-12 and 3:30-5:30, Thursday 8:45-12. We can always use regular volunteers on the Tuesday morning shift, as it is quite busy.

11/02/2015 - 02/28/2018

St. MAM needs individuals to pick up donations at retail partners on a substitute basis when regularly scheduled volunteers are unavailable. Most retail partners are located in St. Matthews.

Getting food from our retail partners to the food pantry is essential to St. MAM's operation, so your occasional contribution in this capacity is much needed and greatly appreciated. Substitute volunteers may be contacted in advance to fill in or the day of, at which time you can inform us if you are available on that day and time.

Volunteers must have transportation.
Volunteers must be able to lift boxes or bags of food that may sometimes be heavy.

08/12/2016 - 08/01/2017

St. Matthews Area Ministries child care program is a year-round, non-denominational, non-profit, child development program for children ages 6 weeks through the 5 years of age. The child development program is sponsored by St. MAM.

The center is seeking volunteers 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to assist with feeding the children lunch and nap time. Volunteers are paired with classroom teachers at all times. This is an excellent volunteer opportunity for retired individuals who enjoy working with children.