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St. Felix Pantry, Inc.

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Address: 4020 Barbara Loop SE Rio Rancho NM, 87124
Contact Person: Manuel Casias
Phone: 505-994-1857
Fax: 505-891-8075
Email: manuelcsfp@cableone.net
Web Site: http://www.stfelixpantry.org/


Location directions: From I-25, take Alameda Blvd/Highway 528 west into Rio Rancho, you will turn east on the third light after Intel on Barbara Loop. You will see St. Felix Pantry on the Right.

From I-40, take Coors Blvd north to Coors By-Pass. Follow Coors By-Pass, until merges in to Alameda Blvd/Highway 528. You turn on the third light after Intel and go east on Barbara Loop you will see St. Felix Pantry on the right.

The ABQ Ride Bus line bus #251 has a stop right before Barbara Loop. Check www.cabq.gov/transit/bus for current schedule.

Agency description/mission: We Restore Hope to Families and Individuals in Need by Providing Food, Clothing and Referral Services. St. Felix Pantry feeds over 53,000 households in the state of New Mexico. We see this need continuing to increase every day. The clients are allowed to come once a week and are provided with a box of food and clothes for their family. We are in need of people with a wide variety of talents.

Service Learning opportunities:

  • Register client
  • Data entry (MS Office)
  • Graphic Design
  • Spanish to English translation work
  • Website Design
  • IT
  • Communication work
  • Pack food boxes
  • Receive deliveries and restock pantry
  • Marketing
  • Fund Raising
  • Food Raising
  • Automotive Mechanics
  • Electrical, Construction and Plumbing
  • Special Event Planning
  • Octobeer 6th International Festival
  • Possible Service Learning to Internships

Orientation/Training schedule: On the job training for some positions. Other jobs require previous experience or education.

Special Conditions or Requirements:Some opportunities require heavy lifting and standing for extended periods of time.

Number of Service Learning Students Needed: 1 to 20 students

Hours of Operation when Students are needed: Tuesday-Saturday, 6-3

Minimum Hour Commitment Required: Weekly: 15 hours per semester but some opportunities require more time.



St. Martin’s Hospitality Center

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Address: 1201 Third Street NW Albuquerque, NM 87102
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 27258, Albuquerque, NM 87125
Contact Person: Linda Fuller
Phone: 505-363-9370
Fax: 505-843-8624
Email: lfuller@smhc-nm.org
Web Site: http://www.smhc-nm.org/


Location directions: We are located just 3 driveways north of Mountain on Third Street.  Third Street is a “one-way” street running south.  From Lomas Boulevard, get on Second Street heading North.  Go through the traffic signal at Second Street and Mountain.  Once you have crossed over Mountain, turn left onto Summer and go to stop sign.  At stop sign, turn left onto Third Street.  Get in your right hand lane (west lane) and turn into the 3rd driveway on your left at 1201 Third Street, NW.

Agency description/mission: St. Martin’s is New Mexico’s premier multi-service program provider to the homeless and disenfranchised with a vision of “ending homelessness one person at a time.”

Service Learning opportunities:

  • Technology - Web development/updating St. Martin’s website with more current information.
  • On-line donation connected to database to track donor information for reporting and donor recognition.  The on-line donation will be linked to the updated web presence (outlined above).
  • Hospitality Industry – if you are interested in the hospitality industry, do we have a challenge for you!  These clients will enable you to use your diplomacy skills, your people skills and your negotiation skills.  Come provide hospitality work in St. Martin’s Day Shelter.
  • Client Advocacy – learn how to connect the homeless with the services they need through a client advocacy learning opportunity at St. Martin’s.

Orientation/Training schedule: St. Martin’s will attempt to accommodate students’ schedules to conduct orientation/training.  Orientation will be conducted every other week beginning on October 9th from 10:00 am to 11:00 am  If other arrangements are required, please contact Linda via telephone or email.

Special Conditions or Requirements: No one under 18 years of age. High school diploma or equivalent experience working with homeless or severely disadvantaged people, substance abusers or chronically mentally ill individuals. Experience with volunteers preferred. Experience working with racially and culturally diverse groups.  Current CPR and First-Aid qualifications or willingness to be trained.  Knowledge of community resources. Bilingual preferred. Comfortable blue Jeans and tee shirts are acceptable attire. Physical requirements of Shelter Assistant are the ability to stand/walk for long periods of time and ability to lift 25 pounds or drag 40 pounds across floor.

Number of Service Learning Students Needed: 8 to 10

Hours of Operation when Students are needed: Technology needs may be addressed anytime between the hours of  8:00 am and 5:00 pm; or on weekends. The Hospitality hours are from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm and Client Advocacy hours are from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. Students may select a time that suits their learning schedules as long as the coordinators are notified in advance.  A sign-in sheet will be provided for all students receive service learning opportunities at St. Martin’s.

Minimum Hour Commitment Required: Weekly:  15 hours/Semester; 2 hours/Week.