Weekday Food Sorter
Feeding The Gulf Coast
Hunger is a real problem and you can work to end it by volunteering as a Food Sorting Volunteer with Feeding the Gulf Coast!
Feeding the Gulf Coast seeks Food Sorting Volunteers to help inspect and sort food donations to get them ready for distribution to those in need. This includes checking expiration dates, making sure cans are not rusty or missing labels and boxing similar items together to put on our shelves for our partner organizations to stock their pantries. This project requires you to partake in light/moderate physical activity. You may schedule a volunteer shift Monday through Friday 9 a.m. - Noon and 12:30 - 3:30 p.m.
What: Food Sorting
Where: Feeding the Gulf Coast warehouse and office; 5248 Mobile South Street Theodore, AL
When: Mon-Fri 8:20AM-11:30AM and 12:30-3:30PM
Requirements: Ages 12+, close-toed shoes
If you have further questions or wish to speak with a human, call Alice Gallagher at (251) 653-4208 ext. 125 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About Feeding The Gulf Coast
5248 Mobile South Street, Theodore, AL 36582, US
As a member of Feeding America, and a United Way Member Agency, Feeding the Gulf Coast works through member organizations and special programs to provide nutritious food to meet the challenge of feeding people who are hungry as a result of systemic poverty, personal crisis or disaster. Feeding the Gulf Coast also educates the public regarding domestic hunger, proper nutrition and other related issues.
Feeding the Gulf Coast, Inc. was founded and incorporated in 1981. In 1988, the food bank became a member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest hunger relief organization. Since its founding, the organization has distributed more than 220 million pounds of food to charitable feeding organizations across the 24 counties it serves-including nine counties in lower Alabama, eight counties in lower Mississippi, and seven counties across the panhandle of Florida. In 2017, the food bank distributed over 23 million pounds of food to more than 300,000 individuals through our network of over 400 partner agencies, consisting of church pantries, soup kitchens and other non-profit organizations.