Whether it’s driving a refrigerated truck, sorting perishable food, or harvesting carrots on the farm, volunteers are the heartbeat of Clark County Food Bank. Each year, we have over 3,000 individuals who donate more than 27,000 service hours. Every volunteer provides something unique and important to the food bank, and we could not serve our community without the support of neighbors like you! If you are interested in joining the fight against hunger here in Clark County, explore some of our volunteer opportunities below.
Individual and Group Volunteer Opportunities
During the summer and fall growing seasons, Heritage Farm is open for volunteers during designated weekdays and weekends. Whether pulling weeds, planting seeds, harvesting fresh produce or leading groups of volunteers, we are in constant need of people to care for our crops. If you love working outside and getting your hands a little dirty, then come on out to our farm!
Every day at the food bank, we sort through thousands of pounds of donated food. We need volunteers to help sort through and inspect donations, repack bulk food into smaller packaging, and even drive and deliver truckloads of food. Volunteering to sort and repack food is a perfect opportunity to serve for both individuals and groups.
If you have a passion for healthy living, nutrition, and teaching people the skills to shop and cook on a budget, then volunteering with our Nutrition Education Program is the right fit for you! Learn more about the programs we offer and ways you can get involved to help create a healthier Clark County.
In addition to volunteering in our farm, food, or nutrition ed. programs, CCFB has other areas for volunteers to serve in. Whether helping to staff events, providing general maintenance, running our front desk, or driving one of our delivery trucks, dedicated volunteers make our everyday operations possible.
Volunteer of the Year Spotlight
Congratulations to our 2017 Volunteer of the Year: Ross Curry!
For the past four years, Ross has been an essential member of our Fresh Alliance team. Twice a week, he leads teams in our grocery recovery program. This past year, he has stepped into the role as our GIS Mapping Specialist. To date, Ross has volunteered over 1,300 hours at Clark County Food Bank.
Thank you, Ross Curry, for your continued dedication and enthusiasm to help people in our community!
iNTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING?
Clark County Food Bank has many opportunities to give back to your community. For more information on volunteering, please fill out our volunteer interest form below.