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

 To sign up for any of the dates below, please click or copy the following link: http://bit.ly/cfbVolunteers

Turkey Trot

Thursday, November 23rd | Woodward Park http://bit.ly/2zcAIbk

Volunteer duties TBD​ 

Saturday Sort Days and Volunteer Nights

First Saturday of the Month, 8am-12pm | Dec 2
Second Tuesday of the Month, 5:30pm-8:30pm | Nov 14, Dec 12

Great for individuals, families, and groups! Children between 5 and 15 years old welcome with an adult. Work may include sorting bagging, and labeling food donations prior to distribution for the local community.

Holiday Meal Box Making

Saturdays, October 28 | 1pm-5pm

Individuals, families, and groups will assist in assembling meal boxes with nonperishable food items in preparation for distribution during the holiday season.


Food Distributions

Community Food Bank could not distribute food to our families and individuals without the help of our partner agencies. We have a few agencies need your help at their food distribution. Volunteers will assist with bagging, sorting, distributing food to families and individuals.

West McKinley Assembly of God, 3014 W. Mckinley Avenue, Fresno, CA

Fourth Friday of the Month|12pm-5pm (Flexible Scheduling)

Kettleman Family Resource Center, 75 5th St, Kettleman City, CA

Third Thursday of the Month|1pm-3pm (Flexible Scheduling)

To sign up as a Distribution Center, please reply to this email with the following information:

•         Date(s)

•         Shift Times

•         Estimated Number of Volunteers Attending

First, fill out the volunteer application below and then contact our Volunteer Manager.

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


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

—Adrian, Sanger, CA