VOLUNTEER

Whether it's sorting, packing, distributing food or helping with clerical work, we can always use your helping hand. Ask us about opportunities to volunteer. When everyone does just a little to help, the food bank can do a lot!

Upcoming Volunteer Opportunities

Feed Our Children Golf Tournament

Volunteers will help in various projects throughout the day such as set up, lunch station, registration, on course spotters, photographers, and general assistance.

Monday, September 18: 8:00am to 6:00pm (Shifts Available)

(Must be 18 years and older with some positions needing 21 years and older.)

Saturday Sort and Volunteer Nights

Great for individuals, families, and groups! Children 5 years and older welcome with an adult. Work may include sorting, bagging, and labeling food donations for the local community!

Wednesday, September 20: 5:30pm to 8:30pm

Saturday, October 7: 8:00am to 12:00pm

To sign up for any of the above opportunities, please fill out the volunteer application below then click or copy the following link: http://bit.ly/cfbVolunteers

Distribution Center Volunteers

Great for groups and individuals during the week! Volunteers will assist with a variety of projects including sorting food donations, repackaging bulk foods, sorting produce and bagging/boxing food.

Age Requirement: 5-15 years old with an adult. 16 years and older without an adult.

Monday - Friday, 8am to 2pm (Flexible Scheduling)

Office Volunteers

Available for individuals! Volunteers assist with filing, organizing, data entry, mailings, and other projects to prepare for food distributions.

Age Requirement: 14 years and older without an adult.

Monday - Friday, 8am to 4pm (Flexible Scheduling)

To sign up as a Distribution Center or Office Volunteer, fill out the volunteer application below then contact our Volunteer Manager.

Volunteer Manager:
Jobelle Duka, (559)237-3663 X106

jduka@communityfoodbank.net

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“I never thought I would be here. I’ve worked hard all of my life.”

—Adrian, Sanger, CA

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