Volunteers are the lifeblood of LifeNet4Families | Cooperative Feeding Program. We could never accomplish what we do without them. Today and throughout the year, close to 1000 volunteers give of themselves in service to the hungry and homeless in important various ways: serving meals to the homeless in our Community Kitchen; preparing and distributing emergency food boxes through our Food Pantry and Drive-Thru; organizing food and other types of collection drives, making sandwiches for the homeless, advocating for the hungry and raising awareness throughout the community; and much, much more.
For more information and to discuss opportunities, contact the Volunteer Manager
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 954-792-2328.
Greet guests, serve the morning meal, light clean-up. Time commitment: 8:30 – 11:30 am.
Food Pantry / Drive-Thru / Warehouse
Stock shelves, prepare food boxes, put together hygiene kits, assist families with food boxes, sort clothing and household donations.
Make and deliver sandwiches to us, once or on a regular schedule, which we give to our homeless customers after they have eaten in the Community Kitchen.
Food and Other Collection Drives
Collect non-perishable food, socks, hygiene items, adult and children’s diapers, and clothing (especially men’s clothing).
Filing; photocopying, data entry; etc..
Maintenance / Upkeep / Repair
Deep cleaning, painting, landscaping, building shelves, moving office furniture, etc.
Annual Letter Carriers’ Food Drive (every second Saturday in May)
Join over 350 volunteers at 15 different post office branches to sort, box, and palletize over 250,000 pounds of donated food that will be delivered to our warehouse the following day.If you’re already a volunteer, check out our Dining Room Volunteer Schedule. Only Subscribed Volunteers can access