The Food Pantry needs 60+ volunteers on Wednesday mornings (except the first Wednesday of the month) between 8:15 a.m. and noon. Students age 10 and up are welcome to volunteer with us and must be accompanied by an adult.
Volunteers are needed to escort the clients through our client choice stations and help them make their selections. It is an excellent way to connect with clients. Volunteers also stock and staff our client choice stations, organize and restock shelves, package donated baked goods from local bakeries, take monthly inventory, unload vehicles, and check-in clients.
Volunteers are needed on Tuesdays to pick up produce and donations from local bakeries.
Strong volunteers are also needed on select Tuesday afternoons for unloading Community FoodBank purchases.
INTERESTED IN BRINGING A GROUP?
Please reach out to our volunteer coordinator at IFPOranges@gmail.com
We can accommodate groups of up to 15-20. Advance arrangements must be made, given demand. Groups are strongly encouraged to also bring a donation of food, diapers, feminine hygiene products or make a monetary donation. Dates, group details and donation suggestions should all be discussed with the Volunteer Coordinator.
If you would like to volunteer, contact
Additional/special volunteer opportunities can be found on our Facebook page as well as by subscribing to our Newsletter by sending an email request to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Teens are welcome to join us over school vacations during regular Wednesday morning pantry hours and earn community service hours too!
The Teen Board consists of students in grades 9-12, from various high schools, towns and religious organizations. Teen Board members develop leadership
skills by organizing and staffing fundraisers and food drives. These events are held on weekends or after school hours.
If you are interested in joining the Teen Board, email IFPOranges@gmail.com.
For more information about upcoming Teen Board events click here
ORGANIZE A FOOD DRIVE
Your school, organization, team or scout troop can hold a Food Drive to benefit the Interfaith Food Pantry of the Oranges. Click for a current list of our Pantry Needs.
Looking for a fun, alternative gift-giving idea for an upcoming birthday or mitzvah-- why not consider asking guests to bring canned food, toiletries or diapers?
Is your group up for a challenge? Try
IFPO's 1,000 Can Challenge
You select the length of time- a week, a month-- and strive to collect and sort 1,000 cans of food or diapers for IFPO.
Contact us for more info on unique "food-raisers"!