Thank you for your interest in becoming a volunteer with Good Shepherd Food Bank. Your generous donation of time and talent makes an impact in the fight against hunger and allows us to fulfill our mission of providing food to hungry Maine families from Kittery to Fort Kent! Volunteering is a great way to make new friends, learn new skills, and have fun while making a difference.
Good Shepherd Food Bank is committed to the belief that involving volunteers in its operations is a necessity for carrying out its mission of providing food for those at risk of hunger in the state of Maine. People from diverse backgrounds come to help sort and inspect donations, or assist with nutrition education or packing food for families in need.
Our Volunteer Team plays an incredibly important role in the process of getting essential food supplies to hungry children, adults, and senior citizens throughout the state of Maine. If you are looking to help make a difference but don't have much time, our walk-in volunteer opportunities could be for you!
Work alongside Good Shepherd Food Bank staff at our Auburn location to learn warehousing and office skills, and help build our capacity for feeding families in Maine.
Corporations, school groups, community groups, and more. If you have a group that would like to volunteer, we've got an opportunity for you!
Use your time at Good Shepherd Food Bank to fulfill community service requirements for court ordered service or school requirements.
There are plenty of ways to get involved in the fight to end hunger in Maine, even for those unable to make it to our warehouses to volunteer. Click here for some ideas on ways you can help in your own town, or even from your own home!
Visit our FAQ page for more information about volunteering at Good Shepherd Food Bank.