Bill’s Kitchen is a community. Our clients, staff, volunteers, and supporters create an environment of mutual caring and respect. Unconditional and nonjudgmental support is in every meal and interaction, be it food delivery, nutritional education, or case management services.
What You Can DoFood Preparation and Packaging Volunteer assistance in food preparation is the most basic way of helping Bill’s Kitchen. Volunteers who prepare food must complete food safety course and receive additional food safety training twice annually. Food Delivery Advocacy Communication Fundraising
Connect with Bill's KitchenThere are many ways that you can connect: volunteer, donate, advocate, educate. Volunteers serve in our three facilities, preparing food, packaging meals, and delivering a week’s worth of nutritious meals to local people living with HIV/AIDS.Donors generously give money, food, equipment, and pro-bono services that support our everyday operations.Advocates work with us and other partner organizations, government agencies, and the media to raise awareness of the need for services and informed public policies. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 787.754.6525 and let us know if you want to volunteer in the kitchen or office, help raise money, or join our advocacy efforts.
Student OpportunitiesUndergraduate and graduate students with interests in Nutrition, Social Work, Public Health, Psychology, Community Outreach, and Communications are invited to participate.Bill's Kitchen offers approved Dietetic Internships. Under supervision, dieticians participate in multiple aspects of the menu and food preparation. Contact us at email@example.com or 787.754.6525 for more information.