There are many ways to volunteer your time, talents and treasures to Heartland Food Bank. We need volunteers for: stocking shelves, checking expiration dates, cleaning, and sweeping. Our building is also in need of ongoing repairs or improvements which requires the help of qualified tradesmen and/or donated or discounted materials.
The safe sorting and storage of food is a crucial part of serving those who live with food insecurity. We welcome volunteers from 16 to 54 to sort and stock merchandise.
Don't let a bump in the road detour you from moving forward in life. We work with the Salvation Army Probation department to help minor offenders complete their court ordered community service.
We work with the South Florida State College Retired Senior Volunteer Program to offer a great way for Seniors to show us the benefits of a life of giving back to our community.
We work with adult service organizations like Ridge Area ARC, Volunteers of America, Education and Empowerment Centers, and Support Services, to provide a volunteer work opportunity to their clients.
We welcome High School Students, 16 and older, to come and complete your community service hours. It is a fun way to give back to your community while learning valuable skills.
The United Way sends other non-profit agencies to help out around our facility every year. There are other opportunities to help keep our facility in top running order. Contact us to learn more.
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