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Volunteer Opportunities

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From Public Food Sorting Days during our annual drives, to coming in when you have some extra time to dedicate to volunteering, many opportunities exist to help Daily Bread support its member agencies and clients. All volunteers must be scheduled in advance so please take a look at our current and on-going volunteer opportunities and get in touch!

Current Volunteer Opportunities


Regular Volunteer Opportunities (for individuals)

Order Picker


Receptionist


Frontline Food & Support Worker Positions


Fundraising Donor Clerk


Group Volunteer Opportunities

School Groups
Teachers can book their students for a Tuesday or Thursday morning (10 AM to noon) or afternoon (12:30 PM to 1 PM), with an optional tour.

Beginning in fall 2016, school groups included in this program are middle school to high school (grades 6 to 12) with a ratio of one adult for every eight students and a maximum of 40 students. Schools can book one visit per month with a maximum of three visits throughout the school year.

For more information, please email us by clicking below!

School Groups Inquiry


Corporate Groups
Corporate groups often come in for volunteer experiences between Monday and Friday. These experiences provide great team building for work colleagues. We ask that all groups pre-book their visit. Shift options are morning (9:30 am – 1 pm), afternoon (1-4 pm), or full-day (9:30 am – 4 pm).

For more information, please email us by clicking below!

Corporate Groups Inquiry


Community Groups
Other groups of adults often come in for volunteer experiences between Monday and Friday. As with corporate groups, we ask that all community groups sign up for a morning (9:30 am – 1 pm), afternoon (1-4 pm), or full-day (9:30 am – 4 pm) shift. All volunteers must be scheduled in advance.

For more information, please email us by clicking below!

Community Groups Inquiry


Seasonal Opportunities

Take Action Project (High School Students)
During the summer months (July and August) and spring break, high school students can earn community service hours while giving back and making an impact in our community.

For more information, please email us by clicking below!

Take Action Project Inquiry


Public Food Sorts (Members of the Public)
Three times a year, we hold public food sorting events where the community is asked to come in and assist in sorting food donations from the Thanksgiving Drive, Holiday Drive and Spring Drive.
Find out more about our annual public food sorts.