Volunteer at God's Pantry Food Bank


Tuesday, December 16, 2014  

     1685 Jaggie Fox Way        Lexington  / 859-255-6592

God's Pantry Food Bank relies on donations of both food and money to operate our programs. Of equal importance are the volunteers who make invaluable contributions of time and energy. In fact, more than 6,000 volunteers donated 25,475 hours of their time last year to support our missions to reduce hunger. God's Pantry Food Bank utilizes volunteers like you to sort food drive donations, repack bulk food product and other warehouse activities.

For safety reasons, we require all volunteers to wear closed-toe shoes. Casual clothing like jeans and sweatshirts (in the winter) is recommended. The warehouse is not temperature controlled, so dress according to the temperature outside. Please limit all personal belongings.

We encourage you to invite and register all of your work colleagues and family members (High School-age and older).

Upon arrival, all volunteers are welcomed by one of our volunteer coordinators and receive a brief introduction to God's Pantry Food Bank's mission, history, and programs. We will then begin orientation on our prepared project. This process generally takes 20 minutes. We will be done by 8pm.

Space is limited     Reservation Deadline:      4pm, Tuesday, Dec. 9th

 To learn more, look up the event in our calendar and click on the event title.  You can Register Now for the event online as well, or if you prefer to register by email, contact Monty to reserve at apics.bg.mtg@gmail.com.

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