Tri-City Volunteers benefits from the fresh approaches of all its volunteers. Whether they are court appointed participants, students completing required community service hours, seasoned community care givers or corporate groups making a positive impact on others. By incorporating the ideas and suggestions of our volunteers, Tri-City Volunteers food bank and thrift store improves its service and works more effectively to fulfill our mission. Volunteering at Tri-City Volunteers offers everyone a fair chance to contribute towards creating a better, stronger, healthier community , while building their own job skills and helping low-income earners. Let us welcome you!
Volunteers are essential to Tri-City Volunteers food bank’s daily grocery cart preparation and distribution. We need about 40 warehouse volunteers a day to ensure that as many as 350 client families per day receive adequate nutrition.
Volunteering is the perfect vehicle to discover what you are really good at and to develop skills you never imagined you could possess.
Tri-City Volunteers food bank and thrift store benefits from an average of 15,000 work hours each year from up to 500 traffic court appointed volunteers.
Tri-City Volunteers food bank and thrift store proudly supports local businesses, schools and community service clubs which are eager to make a positive social and economic impact in their community.