We love our hunger heroes

Thousands of generous individuals, corporate groups, clubs, students, and faith-based organizations help us sort and distribute almost 14 million pounds of food last year. We invite you to help us provide healthy solutions to end hunger throughout Sarasota and DeSoto Counties. We couldn’t do our work without our volunteers and we are grateful everyday for their support.

Volunteer opportunities include: sorting and packing food, distributing at pantries, participating in our nutrition education and cooking classes, helping in our offices, lending a hand at events and more!

 

New to volunteering?

Volunteer requirements:

  • Every volunteer must create a profile and sign up for their volunteer shifts ahead of time.
  • Closed toe shoes are required.
  • All volunteers must be aged 10 or older to volunteer.
  • Individuals aged 10-15 must be accompanied by an adult.

*At this time, we are not able to accept Court Ordered Community Service volunteers. Please continue to check our website for updates.

Once you have created your profile our Volunteer Coordinator will be in touch regarding the next steps.

 

Returning volunteer?

Welcome back! If you already have a volunteer account with us you can sign up for your next shift or check our closed dates by clicking the button below.

Group volunteering:

Find out more about group opportunities.

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Volunteer requirements:

  • Every volunteer must create a profile and sign up for their volunteer shifts ahead of time.
  • Closed-toe shoes are required.
  • All volunteers must be aged 10 or older to volunteer.
  • Individuals aged 10-15 must be accompanied by an adult.

Returning Volunteer

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Welcome back! If you already have a volunteer account with us you can sign up for your next shift or check our closed dates by clicking the button below.

 

Group opportunities

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There are many opportunities as a corporation, small business, community group or family foundation, to support our next-door neighbors in need.

 

All Faiths Food Bank is fully committed to attracting and retaining diverse talent in order to better reflect the wide variety of experiences and views of the many different stakeholders with whom we are connected. We will invest in actively recruiting, engaging and fostering diversity in our board, volunteers and workforce while providing a work environment that promotes equity and inclusion.
We commit to providing policies, systems and a culture where our board, volunteers, staff and those we serve will be afforded equitable access and opportunities to reach their full potential and feel valued, respected and supported.

 

Volunteer stories

 

 

Share your story

Do you have a positive story to share from your volunteer experiences? We’d love to hear it!

Email it to Victoria Hasselbring at vhasselbring@allfaithsfoodbank.org