Volunteer at Foodlink
As a group
Foodlink welcomes volunteer groups to assist with our Distribution Center, Monday – Friday.
We can accommodate a maximum of 20 people per shift.
Please submit a group reservation request form at least one month prior to your preferred date. Due to the high number of volunteer requests, you will receive a response within five business days.
Our Volunteer Programs Coordinator, Carlton Quick, will contact you about availability.
Foodlink welcomes volunteer groups, whose participants are at least 18+, for a variety of projects including Donation Sorting, Emergency Food Box Distribution, and the Lexington Avenue Community Farm (seasonal).
Explore our opportunities and submit your group reservation request today.
Foodlink can accommodate youths (with adult chaperones) as young as 13 to assist with our Donation Sorting and Lexington Avenue Community Farm volunteer projects. Please note that there should be one chaperone for every six youths.
Explore our project descriptions and submit your group reservation request today.
Volunteers With Disabilities
If you are a staff aide, chaperone, or parent that is assisting a volunteer with developmental or intellectual disabilities, please register for our volunteer shifts using the button below.
Currently, we can only accommodate staff aides with their clients on a 1:1 basis (no groups) for our Donation Sorting and Emergency Food Packing projects.
Distribution Center: Donation Sorting (Morning Shifts)
Distribution Center: Donation Sorting (Afternoon Shifts)
Home & Community Based Service Organizations
In the case that your group has youths (13-15 years old) a chaperone will be required. A minimum of one chaperone per five youths.
Group Reservation Form
Volunteer with us!
Foodlink is now accepting group reservations for November for Distribution Center projects. We encourage you to fill out the form below and our Volunteer Programs Coordinator, Carlton Quick will reach out to assist you.