Deepen your company’s involvement in the community and strengthen your corporate social responsibility goals. Share the opportunity to volunteer with your co-workers and colleagues.

  • Team Building
    • Increase employee engagement through a shared volunteer experience. Build camaraderie within your team while involving your employees in your corporate social responsibility goals.
  • Celebrate your Day of Caring or Global Month of Service by volunteering!
    • Invite your co-workers and their family members to join you in this special day. Make it a tradition each year for your company and invite partners from others branches or even your competitors!

Important Tips

  • We require that all volunteers register with Food Lifeline even if your company has its own process for tracking and registering employee volunteer activities.
  • We encourage you to invite your community partners, association members and family to join you in service.
  • We invite you to take and share photos of your team during your volunteer session. Remember to use #FoodLifeline! If you plan to bring your own photographer/videographer, let us know and we’ll connect you with our Marketing team for assistance.
  • If you need to modify your reservation, please contact us immediately at volunteer@foodlifeline.org.

Corporate Philanthropy Opportunities

  • Many employers match their employee volunteer hours or donations. Yours might too – check with your supervisor.
  • Create a virtual volunteer experience for your team by hosting a virtual food drive.
  • Join Food Frenzy! A friendly competition between businesses, community groups, sports teams, and more to help end hunger through creative fundraising, volunteering, and team-building activities.

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Volunteer Guidelines

  • Each individual must register in advance to volunteer.
  • Volunteers are required to wear a face mask/face covering and maintain 6 feet social distancing at all times while in the facility.
  • For the safety of our staff and other volunteers, please reschedule if you are feeling ill.
  • Our warehouse environment can be cool. For your comfort, please dress in warm layers.
  • Closed-toed shoes are required to be worn while volunteering, no exceptions.
  • Food-safe gloves will be provided to be worn when handling food items.
  • Your work will be physical in nature and includes long periods of standing. You may be asked to lift up to 40 pounds.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes early and plan to participate during the entire session.
  • If you are running late, please call (206) 545-6600 to let us know. Volunteers who are more than 15 minutes late will need to reschedule.
  • Volunteers who are under the age of 18 will need a parent or guardian to sign a consent form.
  • Parking: Onsite parking is available in a limited capacity. Carpooling is recommended. Please let us know if you plan to bring a bus for your group.