Volunteer

Volunteer Opportunities - FoodShelf

  • Greeting clients (3:45-6:15 Mon & Thurs)
  • Assist clients and carry groceries to their car (3:45-6:15 Mon & Thurs.) Note: we often need student groups to assist.
  • Help with regular deliveries (2nd Harvest Heartland - every 2 weeks, Breads & Pastries weekly)
  • Food Drive Organizer (times and dates vary)
  • Holiday Basket setup and distribution (Saturday mornings one week before Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas).

​​SHOUT OUT for our Volunteers  !!

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Volunteer Opportunities - Powerpack

  • Transport donations from local grocers, businesses, and food banks
  • Weigh & sort donated food
  • Assemble Powerpacks
  • Set up for student volunteer packing projects
  • Transport/deliver Powerpacks to various Centennial schools (contact each school for this activity)
  • Breakdown & recycle packaging materials
  • Fundraising projects
  • Event coordination
  • Powerpack advocacy
  • ​Grant writing

Who to contact:
for CCFS opportunities: ccfoodshelf@gmail.com  
for Powerpack opportunities: powerpackdistrict12@gmail.com

Our Volunteers

Centennial Community Food Shelf and Powerpack would not operate without our approximately 150 volunteers who do all the things we need to run the Food Shelf and Powerpack.  


​Our Food Shelf distribution times are staffed with teams from one of our participating community churches. These teams serve approximately one afternoon a month and often need additional members or substitutes.







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