Thank you so much for volunteering with Foodstock! This organization has no paid employees; it is run by 100% volunteers so we are very happy to have any help you can give.
We also provide documentation for any students who need to earn community service hours.
Foodstock uses Signup.com to manage all of our volunteer activities (formerly known as VolunteerSpot) so you’ll create an account there when you pick volunteer spots for Foodstock 2017.
Read on for some of the many ways you can help…
Neighborhood Drop is our most effective method of collecting food donations. It doesn’t take much time, but it requires a lot of people of all ages! So even if you help in other ways, please consider signing up to help with Neighborhood Drop as well.
Look for these spots:
The role of “Neighborhood Drop Coordinator” typically covers all three of these jobs, but we allow you to sign up separately to pick times that are convenient for you.
The tractor-trailer arrives at Foodstock Central on Friday, Oct. 13 — the day before the Foodstock event. We need people of all ages to help load all the boxes collected from Neighborhood Drop onto the truck.
We need lots of people to help prepare, cook, and/or serve food at the Foodstock event. Look for the following spots:
Hundreds of cars will be driving in to drop off food donations and there are lots of ways to help get those donations onto the truck. Look for the following spots:
There are plenty of other ways to help! Look for the following spots: