Volunteer at the Food Bank
We celebrate service! The Emergency Food Bank welcomes volunteers. If you are an individual, organization, church group, family or business interested in volunteering, please contact our office at 209.464.7369 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!
"Everyone can be great, because everyone can serve." - Martin Luther King, Jr.
We care about our staff and volunteers. Gloves are available and masks are optional.
Volunteers are welcome Monday through Friday, individuals and businesses can volunteer for a few hours, ½ day, or a full day.
Please complete our Group Volunteer Interest form.
INDIVIDUAL and COMMUNITY SERVICE VOLUNTEERS:
Please complete our EFB Volunteer form and provide certificate of completion of Sexual Harassment Training.
We look forward to seeing you, your family, your community group and/or your business here at the Food Bank.
The Emergency Food Bank is always looking for volunteers for special events. Listed below and on our Events Page, are current volunteer opportunities. Our events would not be successful without the help of the many volunteers from the community, schools, businesses, and organizations. We are always in need of your help!
FOOD BANK EVENT VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:
- June 11: Kaiser UNCORKED 5K & 10K - CLICK HERE to volunteer
- November 21: Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway - COMING SOON
- November 23: Run and Walk Against Hunger - COMING SOON
- December 19: Holiday Turkey Giveaway - COMING SOON
FOOD BANK PROGRAM VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:
Food Bank Pantry:
- Warehouse workers
- Food sorters/food handlers
Commitment to Community Programs:
We love our students! If you're a student in need of Commitment to Community Programs we have great opportunities to volunteer. Contact us today so we can arrange hours that fit your schedule. We're open Monday-Friday, 9:00 am - Noon. We can use volunteers anytime between 7:00am to 1:00pm.
Being a volunteer with the Food-as-Medicine program allows the opportunity to practice general nutrition education to real clients who suffer from chronic illnesses. This opportunity could benefit those seeking community nutrition hours for the Registered Dietician (RD) program or if seeking a career in health education, public health, community nutrition, etc. Volunteers are a crucial part to maintaining a functional nutrition class and therefore, will be granted a certificate of completion of this program for their records.
Volunteer responsibilities will vary. Volunteers will usually help facilitate a nutrition class by assisting with activities or cooking demonstrations. A two-hour training on the curriculum is required before you are able to help facilitate a class. Classes are held via Zoom every other Tuesday. Volunteers may also achieve hours by visiting the office to assist with office work and preparation before a class. The Emergency Food Bank will accommodate anyone with special needs.