Volunteers are invaluable to the mission of Midwest Food Bank. Examples of volunteer opportunities include and are not limited too: preparing disaster relief boxes, repackaging bulk foods into manageable quantities for distribution and supporting local distribution to pantries. We also have opportunites for drivers with a CDL license.
It is important to Midwest Food Bank to provide a place where the local community is able to volunteer. MFB is a resource for youth groups, church groups, and community organizations and help those in need. These efforts affect not only our local area, but also communities across the country and countries around the world.
There are many local groups and families that volunteer time to fight hunger here at the MFB. Below are just a few examples of the types of groups that volunteer each month:
- Church youth groups
- School Clubs/Student Organizations
- Service Clubs
- 4-H clubs
- Family Reunions
- Boy/Girl Scouts
- Employees of a local business
If you have any additional questions, please complete contact us.