Groups are the cornerstone of our volunteer program. Hundreds of businesses, faith-based groups, social clubs, service organizations, schools and youth groups come together to make a difference in the fight against hunger by volunteering at OFB.
Working together, volunteers will handle more than 12-million pounds of food this year that will be distributed to hunger-relief agencies across the state. Thank you for your interest in bringing a group to help with this important work ... because no one should be hungry.
A few things to keep in mind:
- Group shifts can fill quickly, especially during the holidays. If the shift you're interested in is already full, there are many other ways to help! Consider running a food drive, joining our advocacy efforts, or donating. We also hope you'll volunteer with us another time. Hunger does not stop after the holidays, and your support is needed throughout the year.
- It's best to schedule your volunteer shift with us before recruiting volunteers to join your group. You can always adjust your reservation once you know for sure how many people will attend the shift.
- If children will be part of your group, please check the age restrictions for the opportunity you'd like to sign up for.
- Groups of five or fewer should visit our Individuals and Families section to learn more about volunteering
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K-12 School groups
A field trip to Oregon Food Bank is a great way to teach your students about hunger and community service.
Service and community groups
We welcome service groups, youth groups, scouts, faith-based organizations, large groups of friends and family and more.