Holiday Baking (contactless delivery): Mount Olivet Rolling Acres

November 22, 2020

in Age Groups, Ages 12 and under, Ages 12+, Ages 16+, Ages 18+, Cooking, Disabled Adults and Children, Families

Mount Olivet Rolling Acres offers care and services to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Amongst other services, they operate 34 residential group homes throughout the Twin Cities (including many in the western suburbs). Usually they bring volunteers in to make holiday goodies with the residents, but of course, this year that is not a safe option!

Instead, they are asking volunteers to bring in frozen dough, with baking instructions, allowing staff to have a fun baking day with the residents! The dough can be for holiday cookies, breads or even cinnamon rolls! Enough dough for around 2 dozen treats would be ideal. Frozen dough can be dropped off at any of the residences up to a week before Christmas. Please ring the doorbell and leave the dough on the front steps. Don’t forget to include an encouraging holiday note with the dough! Please contact Laurie Mahoney (contact info. below) for more details and instructions.

Location: Various – see website below for specific locations
Ages: All ages!
Date(s): Please deliver by Dec. 17
Time(s): Varies
Contact: LMahoney@mtolivet-MORA.org or 612-322-2638
Website: https://mtolivetrollingacres.org/
Time Commitment: Varies.  One time commitment

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