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Volunteer Day at Harry Chapin Food Bank Naples 2021

Join us to volunteer inspecting, separating and organizing food donations!

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Saturday, October 23, 2021
8:30 AM - 11:30 AM (EDT)
Harry Chapin Food Bank of Southwest Florida
3940 Prospect Avenue
Naples, FL 34104
United States

Event Details

Founded in 1983, the mission of the Harry Chapin Food Bank is to lead our community in the fight to end hunger. Serving Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee counties, the food bank rescues, inspects, transports and distributes donated food and other grocery products to more than 150 partner agencies that provide direct services to those in need.

The food bank provides food for about 28,000 individuals each week.

IMPORTANT!

If you have never volunteered at Harry Chapin Food Bank in the past, you must complete the volunteer form located on the button above by October 16th!

When you arrive at Harry Chapin Food Bank, 3940 Prospect Avenue, please pull into the parking lot and park to the east (left).

Volunteering Guidelines

  • All attire must be clean and modest.  Volunteers must wear closed-toe shoes; no sandals or flip-flops will be allowed; jeans, shorts (short’s length must be at least to your fingertips), t-shirts are acceptable; no tank tops or bare midriff tops. Volunteers not properly attired will be asked to leave. 

  • Saturday volunteering aat HCFB locations have a minimu age requiremeint of 14, and 14-year-olds must be accompanied by an adult.
  • No smoking, eating, or beverages allowed in the volunteer areas. There is a soda and machine on premises for your use, in the break room only.

  • Cell phones, iPod’s or other electronic devices are not to be used during your volunteer shift.

  • Please leave purses and other valuables in your vehicle, there is not a locked location to keep these items. Due to food safety standards, these items are not allowed in volunteer areas.

  • Volunteer activities can be strenuous. Volunteers should be able to lift 40 pounds and stand for the duration of the shift.

For More Information:

Holli Noel-Depold
Holli Noel-Depold
FAA Leadership Lyceum Graduate Executive Director SWFAA (239)849-6176