Join 100 volunteers a week renewing hope for people in need.
Bring food, health care and educational programs to people who need it most.
Individuals (Age 16+): You can walk in and volunteer during our hours of operation. Younger children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Please note, if a group has been scheduled, especially on a Saturday, we will stop receiving walk-in volunteers when we have enough to finish that day’s work.
On Saturday, Nov. 12 and Dec. 3, we will not be taking walk-in volunteers due to scheduled events.
Groups (5 to 7 people): Schedule a date to volunteer. You can even adopt a Tuesday or Thursday night from 6 to 8 p.m. once a month. Call (281) 261-9199 ext. 13. School or youth groups must be age 12 or older, and there must be one adult for every four to five youth. Wear closed toe shoes and comfortable clothing.
Volunteers most often help with putting food on the pantry shelves, hanging clothes on the racks, sorting donations and helping our neighbors out to their cars to load items. For additional opportunities, see below.
- Allies needed for financial education class. Allies serve as supportive and encouraging mentors. Training is provided. Sign up here.
- 10-15 meals needed for financial education class Thursday nights (April 21-June 9), with setup at 5:45 p.m. See available dates here.
- Host a food drive: Biggest needs are diapers, hygiene items, canned tuna, beans, rice.
- Download a list of ways your small group can help.
Questions? Contact (281) 261-9199.