Help the Fight Against Hunger All Year Long
We could not operate the Food Bank without the help of so many committed and faithful community volunteers.
You or your group can help in so many ways.
- Food Sorting and Repackaging
- Food and Fund Drives
- Special Events and Program Support
- Community Awareness
- Food Bank Garden
- Product Delivery
- Office Support
How can I get involved?
- Volunteers are scheduled in 2 to 3 hour shifts by appointment.
- We can accomodate volunteer groups as large as 40 individuals in our warehouse. We could not repack and distribute bulk food to our hunger-relief member agencies in timely manner without your help!
Click here to download the Volunteer Handbook
Click here to fill out the Volunteer Application
Click here for a Volunteer Fact Sheet
Click here for the Volunteer Safety Policy
Click here for a Group Information Form
In 2012, volunteers contributed 34,974 hours to the Food Bank and repacked 1,007,331 pounds.
Click below to view photos from the 2012 Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service The Food Bank thanks all who participated in repacking over 17,000 pounds of bulk food for distribution to the hunger in the Southern Tier
foodbankst's MLK Day of Service 2012 photoset
foodbankst's Repack Volunteers 2.17.12 photoset
It's amazing what we can accomplish working together!
For more information contact
Darlene Bachman, Volunteer Coordinator
at 607.796.6061 x4043 or email