- DURHAM Food Bank: 2700 Angier Avenue, Suite A, Durham
- RALEIGH Food Bank: 1924 Capital Boulevard, Raleigh
Day of Service Details – PLEASE READ:
- After registering, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to also register with the food bank. This allows you to check in when you arrive for our shift. Even if you have volunteered at the food bank in the past, you'll need to click the link to accept the invite!
- It can get warm in the warehouse where we’ll be working. Please dress comfortably. (Think jeans or khakis.) The only dress code requirement is that volunteers must wear closed-toe shoes--any volunteer without closed-toe shoes will not be able to participate in the project.
- Please arrive by 12:45, we’d like to get a group photo before we begin!
For More Information:
The Food Bank is continuing to operate under health and safety requirements and recommendations to ensure we can continue to nourish our community for the long haul.
At this time:
- Only healthy, symptom-free, community members who have not traveled to states with the highest number of cases (see map here) within the last 14 days may volunteer at our facilities
- Effective July 8, 2021, the Food Bank has removed age restrictions on volunteers, and will begin raising group sizes.
- Masks will be required for unvaccinated staff, volunteers, and guests and optional for vaccinated staff, volunteers, and guests. The Food Bank has masks on hand if you are unable to bring your own.
- All volunteers must wash hands upon entering the Food Bank, in advance of beginning your project.
- If you are feeling sick, or displaying any symptoms of illness, please stay home. It is true that we rely on volunteer power to get the job done, but we need you to be healthy and operating at 100% to make that happen! Please do not put yourself or anyone else at risk by coming to volunteer when sick. If you are displaying signs of illness while on site at the Food Bank, one of our team members will ask you to return home