CFA Volunteers Make Our Work Possible
Volunteers play a key role in CFA’s mission to end hunger and homelessness in our neighborhoods. Every year hundreds of CFA volunteers donate their time and energy to improving the lives of local individuals and families who are in need. Here are the many ways you can bring your generosity of spirit, talents and work skills to bear on CFA’s work and mission:
Organize a Food Drive
CFA relies upon the community to host food drives that will provide the needed groceries to fill our emergency food packages. This job is vital to our ability to provide food to those in need.
Weekend Snack Pack Program
The Weekend Snack Pack Program provides weekend food to low-income children and a fabulous volunteer opportunity for small or large groups.
A Gathering With A Purpose: Learn more about how to host an event to raise awareness about hunger and homelessness and raise funds to help.
Fundraising, making phone calls, filing, mailing, record keeping, and public outreach.
Pantry & Warehouse Work
Volunteers are needed to sort donated food, stock our pantries and warehouse shelves, and prepare the emergency food packages that are given to our clients.
Can I Volunteer?
Volunteers must be 16+ years old. Scout groups, religious groups, and other youth groups looking for volunteer opportunities can contact CFA at firstname.lastname@example.org to determine if exceptions can be made for their group.