Good Shepherd helped me get the experience that I needed for getting a job and for community service hours for school so I can pass grade 12, also I get Experience for sorting goods like foods, hygiene supplies, clothes, expired foods, dented foods and unlabeled foods. Good Shepherd also gives me some snacks for some hard work and it makes me feel good since people that have very little money get meals for the day, week or even the month! I try to work extra hard because it makes me feel great since I love helping the community and the community loves it when I help it too. There is not really any hard part of volunteering at Good Shepherd at all.
Experience for sorting goods, free snacks and drinks after the job is done for the day, and makes you feel great for helping the community too.
No pay, just snacks and lots of work but the job gets done pretty fast and done right the first time