Volunteer at Foodlink
Volunteers are critical to our mission of ending hunger and building healthier communities!
From sorting donated food in our distribution center, to assisting Curbside Market customers, to helping us maintain the Lexington Ave. Community Farm, we offer an array of volunteer opportunities that are perfect for individuals, families, groups, and more!
Explore how you can get involved and begin your volunteer journey with Foodlink today!
Did you know?
volunteer hours were donated to Foodlink last year!
additional full-time employees would be needed to match our volunteers’ productivity!
pounds of food are sorted by our volunteers!
Community Health Education
All individuals must abide by Foodlink’s requirements to ensure a safe and positive volunteer experience for all. Please also review the individual project descriptions, as some volunteer projects may have additional requirements.
Foodlink is following all safety guidelines provided by local health officials and the CDC regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Volunteers should adhere to and expect the following while volunteering at Foodlink:
- Volunteers will complete a verbal health screening at the beginning of their shift.
- Effective June 10, 2022, masking is optional for all fully vaccinated volunteers, who can show their proof of vaccination if they wish to volunteer without a mask. All unvaccinated individuals are required to wear a mask.
- Volunteers should stay home if they are ill. Volunteers experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, must get tested and receive a negative result before returning to Foodlink.
WHO DO I CONTACT WITH ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS?
For additional questions, please contact our Volunteer Program Manager, Jessica Lockett, at 585-413-4094 or firstname.lastname@example.org.