We love our hunger heroes

Thousands of generous individuals, corporate groups, clubs, students, and faith-based organizations help us sort and distribute food each year. We couldn’t do our work without our volunteers and we are grateful everyday for their support.

New to volunteering?

New volunteers

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!

Returning volunteers

Returning volunteers

Welcome back! If you already have a volunteer account with us you can view all openings and sign up for your next shift.


Group opportunities

Group opportunities

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


What is a Hunger Hero?

A Hunger Hero is someone who steps up to offer hope for families facing hunger and hardship in our community. We cannot combat food insecurity alone – we need people like YOU who have the desire and courage to answer the call!

Whether you decide to volunteer in one or multiple areas, to help once a month or every week, please know you are the lifeblood that makes our mission possible. Know that your time and energy are valued and appreciated. Know that you will be treated with respect. Know that you are making a positive difference in someone’s life.

We look forward to seeing you soon!


Fall 2024 Volunteer Spotlight



Volunteer Spotlight: Arnold Makes Valuable Use of His Retirement Years

Since retiring, Arnold, says he lives life by the three “F’s” – friends, free time, and food. He’s called our community home for over seven years, and getting involved in the well-being of our neighbors was something he says he felt called to do. Since his first volunteer shift through a group at his synagogue, Arnold has volunteered with All Faiths Food Bank three or four days each week. From sorting and packing food in the warehouse to handing out groceries at mobile distributions, he helps share health with anyone facing hunger. Arnold encourages anyone who is interested to try out a volunteer shift with All Faiths Food Bank. “It is a wonderful charity serving the very basic and most essential needs of our community,” he explains.


We love our volunteers!

2023 Hunger Heroes of the year

Celebrating 52,369 volunteer hours



Proud volunteer appreciation sponsor

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.