Homebound Delivery Drivers (Ages 18+)
Homebound deliveries help feed our most vulnerable neighbors in need by volunteering for a contactless delivery shift. Donate your gas mileage and stay safe from behind the wheel; drop off pre-packaged goods for our homebound or immunocompromised clients. This is also a great opportunity to bring excited hunger fighters under the age of 14 to experience service to our community
Sort food in our Warehouse (Ages 17+)
Get a behind-the-scenes look at how donated food travels through our warehouse and delivered directly to over 150 distribution sites of community food pantries, homeless shelters, community mobile markets, and homebound residents most in need. You’ll inspect, sort, clean, box and prepare donations for distribution. We welcome volunteers over the age of 17 into our warehouse who are comfortable with walking, standing, bending, stooping, kneeling, lifting, and carrying items weighing in excess of 30 pounds. Please note that mask, gloves and comfortable close-toed shoes, must be worn at all times within our facility.
Volunteer Opportunities for Teens (Ages 14-17)
Teens (16 -17-year-olds): Volunteer at FIND’s warehouse or distribution events. Adult supervision is not required but an adult and teen volunteer must sign the volunteer release. The adult is responsible for teen(s) during volunteer activities.
Teens (14 – 15-year-olds): Volunteer at warehouse events without creating a Volunteer Hub account. One adult chaperone must be present for every ten volunteers and sign a youth volunteer waiver.
Call 760-775-3663 ext. 123 to reserve a Youth Volunteer Saturday spot.
Distribute food to the Community 18+
Connect with residents from across the desert region. You’ll help distribute food and provide cheerful service to clients who wait in line to receive the fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy, and protein we provide. We welcome volunteers who are comfortable with walking, standing, bending, stooping, kneeling, lifting, and carrying items weighing in excess of 30 pounds. Please note that gloves and comfortable close-toed shoes, MUST BE worn at all times while at the distribution site.
Questions? Contact the Volunteer Programs Department at 760-775-3663 ext. 123