The Harry Chapin Food Bank feeds 28,000 people per week in Southwest Florida. We are seeking more volunteers to help us in our mission to lead our community in the fight to end hunger.
Volunteer duties can include sorting and packing donations of food at our Fort Myers and Collier County distribution centers, distributing food at mobile pantries, or collecting donations at food drives.
You can volunteer on your own, as a group with a community organization, club, church or school, or with your employer as a group. Some companies match volunteer hours. When you give your time to help our community through volunteering at the food bank, you will get something amazing in return: the feeling that you are personally helping put food into the hands of people who need it.
Please sign up and make a difference in our community! Visit harrychapinfoodbank.org, click on volunteer, and click on volunteer application. Or go directly to the application at bit.ly/hcfb-volunteer For more information, contact:
Fort Myers Lori Harrington, volunteer champion email@example.com 239-334-7007, ext. 141
Naples Todd Lewis, Collier County coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org 239-334-7007 ext. 204
Anna Suarez, director of human resources, administration and volunteers email@example.com 239-334-7007, ext. 114
Please note: All volunteers must wear closed-toe shoes. Weekday opportunities at HCFB warehouses have a minimum age requirement of 16. Saturday volunteering at HCFB locations have a minimum age requirement of 14, and 14-year-olds must be accompanied by an adult.