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Many Ways to Volunteer

Volunteers bring their hearts and their hands to their work at Harvesters. And their work is vital to our common mission of alleviating hunger in our community.

Harvesters simply could not do the work we do without volunteer support. Hours spent by volunteers sorting food, assisting at special events or providing professional services translate into the work of approximately 86 full-time employees per year. Just one hour or afternoon of your time can make a difference!

Take a look at the volunteer opportunities at our Kansas City and Topeka facilities to see what upcoming events might appeal to you. Let us know if you'd like to help by submitting a volunteer interest form.

PLEASE NOTE:
  • Volunteers must be at least six years old to serve at Harvesters.
  • Volunteers must wear closed toe shoes.
  • Harvesters' facilities are 100% smoke free. Smoking will not be permitted anywhere on our premises. Thank you for your cooperation.

    Americorpslogo2.jpgAre you interested in a full-time service opportunity? Harvesters is an AmeriCorps grantee. Learn more about the AmeriCorps State program at Harvesters.

  • VOLUNTEER OUTREACH CENTER

    COMMUNITY OUTREACH

    Help out by sorting food and household goods collected from food drives and donated by the food industry. Help us spread the word about Harvesters and hunger relief by volunteering at community events benefiting the food bank, or becoming a Harvesters Ambassador.

    PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

    TEAMBUILDING

    Use your professional skills to help out our transportation, warehouse or office operations. Find out just how hard it is to prepare a healthy meal with limited resources by participating in The Lunch Challenge, our hands-on teambuilding program.
     
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