Save the Day - volunteer at Food Lifeline and help feed the hungry

Thursday, July 28, 2011

By Erin Stockdill, Volunteer Coordinator, Food Lifeline

Food Lifeline is very excited about our new Save the Day volunteer opportunities.  You can come to a Save the Day session and help feed hungry people now!

Whether you want to volunteer as an individual or as a group, you can help Save the Day. Many of our volunteer sessions fill up 3-4 weeks in advance but sometimes due to cancellations or changes, we have spots open.

We strive to make every volunteer opportunity as productive (and fun) as possible and need your help to fill these empty spots.

Windermere volunteer Jack Malek Saves the Day
New Save the Day opportunities are posted weekly and are often evenings or Saturdays. Children as young as 6 are welcome to attend unless otherwise noted.

Online registration is required. For safety, please no drop-ins. Sign-up here to be emailed when new sessions are posted. 

All sessions are at our Shoreline Volunteer Repack Center at 1702 NE 150th St, Shoreline, WA 98155.

What do we do at a volunteer session?
Our projects change from week to week, but we always find something great and rewarding for you to work on, be it labeling packaged products, inspecting and sorting food donations, or repackaging bulk donated products. Regardless, it's always fun and gets thousands of pounds of food out to those in need.

See previous article about Windermere volunteers at Food Lifeline.

More about Food Lifeline…
Food Lifeline is a local hunger relief organization, efficiently serving the Western Washington area by using 96% of revenue to directly feed hungry people. Last year we delivered more than 24 million meals to hungry people through our network of nearly 300 neighborhood food banks, hot meal programs and shelters.


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