Volunteer

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From packing groceries to picking produce – we need your help!

Getting Started

`Due to COVID-19, we are not currently hosting volunteer orientations. However, you can still volunteer! Your help is needed now more than ever. Call us for details: (360) 754-5703 x105 or mail us using the button below.

What Do Volunteers Do at the Food Bank?

We have a variety of volunteer tasks available, from food sorting and delivery, to office support, to facility and equipment maintenance. For more details, check out What Do Volunteers Do at TCFB?

When Can I Volunteer?

Volunteers are scheduled Monday through Friday for daytime shifts, two evenings a month and at other times to support special programs and events.

Families & Groups Volunteering at the Food Bank

Families and groups of all sizes have numerous opportunities to support our programs during the week and on the weekends. Our biggest events occur in November, December, January and May with additional projects throughout the year. Groups are encouraged to contact the Food Bank to get more information.

Who can Volunteer?

The Food Bank has various tasks for individuals of all ages. Students and youth age 12 and older may volunteer without parental or custodial supervision. Youth under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult. Students needing class/school community service hours may volunteer during the school year, and during Spring, Summer and Winter Breaks. Follow the “Getting Started” information above.

Volunteers Are our Foundation

Volunteers established the food bank in 1971 and they have been the foundation of our success ever since. There is an ever present awareness to serve those in need, in the spirit of neighbor helping neighbor. In 2019, over 15,000 volunteers supported our programs.

Working to end hunger in our community

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