For Pre-Registered Volunteers Only
All volunteers must be registered on the VicNet calendar; volunteers are not invited to walk in without scheduling in advance.
Mandatory Dress Code:
1. Comfortable shoes that are closed-toe/closed heel, non-slip
2. Long pants (no shorts/skirts)
3. Shirts with sleeves (t-shirts, yes; sleeveless, no)
ADDRESS & DIRECTIONS:
1501 Las Vegas Blvd. North
Las Vegas, NV 89101
(702) 385-2662 – Catholic Charities Main Campus
(702) 215-4727 – Lied Dining Facility
Please check in first at the security booth; ask to be directed to the Administration Building for your volunteer badge. From the US 95, exit 75A Las Vegas Blvd (head north, toward Cashman Center).
The main entrance is located on Las Vegas Boulevard between Foremaster and Owens. As our parking is limited, it is helpful to carpool if possible. All visitors are asked to stop and check in at the security booth.
Monday – Friday
On weekdays, Dining Room and Food Pantry volunteers check in at the Administration building for a volunteer badge; arrival time is 9:30 a.m. for the Community Meal for individuals; 9:15 a.m. for groups larger than 10. Community Meal volunteers are generally finished by 11:30am.
For the weekend Community Meal, please ask security personnel to direct you to the St. Vincent Lied Dining Facility for volunteer check-in by 9:30 a.m. for individuals, 9:15 a.m. for groups.
Saturday/Sunday Community Meal volunteers are generally finished by 11:30 a.m.
For weekend Food Pantry, please ask security personnel to escort you to the Social Services/Food Pantry lobby.
There is no secure storage for handbags, cell phones, car keys, or other personal items. Please lock all valuables out of sight in your car. We advise clothing with pockets for keys.
Please refrain from eating or chewing gum while volunteering. Volunteers and staff are not authorized to eat the food from the Community Meal. On weekdays, a meal can be purchased in the St. Vincent Lied Dining Facility for $5.00 between the hours of noon and 4pm; on weekends, please bring a snack or a sack lunch.
Recognizing that every person is created in the image of God, we provide services to sustain the human dignity of all people. As we are offering a warm meal and pantry items in a safe and comfortable environment, your smile to our clients is just as important as the food you are serving. Please speak with gentleness and give respect to each person you encounter. We hope you enjoy your time with us!