Whether it’s a Guns and Roses music concert that requires hundreds of workers to staff arena concessions or a small summer soiree for which you need help with set up and take down, events big and small have become a specialty for Millionair Club Charity workers.
In fact, from July 2015 through June 2016, 854 workers were sent out on 14,364 days of work. Over 70% of those work assignments came from events at Century Link Stadium, Safeco Stadium, and catering assignments for the Compass Group.
Workers in the supportive employment program at the MCC can get financial assistance in order to obtain Food Handler’s Permits and Mandatory Alcohol Server Training licenses. This small $30 investment makes them eligible for a huge range of jobs in the food industry. The money earned at these jobs provides vital supplementary income and often a “foot in the door” to a permanent career.
For example, in July 2016, Centerplate at Safeco Stadium hired ten MCC workers for long term assignments. Workers like Arthur Valenzuela, who after several successful assignments at the concessions for Sounders soccer games, was hired as a cook for events at Century Link stadium and also obtained a job at Beecher’s Cheese in the Pike Place Market. Now that Arthur is working consistently, he is no longer homeless, and can afford to pay rent for his own room at the MCC’s Kasota apartments.
Find out how you can help rebuild a life by hiring MCC workers for your event by calling 206-728-5627