Thank you for wanting to help in the fight against hunger in our community! We could not do what we do without our volunteers! SHFB distributes 50 million pounds of food to our 700 non-profit agencies thru-out 14 counties in NC and 5 counties in SC. More than 40,000 volunteers will contribute more than 120,000 hours to us this year and there will still be more work to be done!
Volunteers help us sort, inspect and pack food and other items in our warehouse uptown at 500-B Spratt Street, Charlotte NC. All volunteers will be working in the warehouse so please wear comfortable clothing and closed toe shoes.
Our set shifts are Tuesday thru Friday 9-12 or 1-4pm. Saturday 9-12 & 1-3 and Thursday evening 6-8pm. During our weekday shifts, all volunteers must be 17+ years of age.
Youth age 13-16 (SHFB min. age is 13) can volunteer on Thursday evening and Saturday with an adult age 21+. Youth groups must have 1 adult per 4 youth. Saturdays do book up weeks in advance so please plan ahead.
TO SCHEDULE VOLUNTEER TIME, please visit our website at www.secondharvestmetrolina.org Click on "Donate Time" and Click on "Register" to view our calendar and schedule volunteer time.
Feed hungry people by soliciting and distributing food and other grocery products through partner agencies. Educate people in the community about the nature of and solutions to problems of hunger.
Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina serves 19 counties in the Metrolina area. We help over 700 hunger-fighting agencies get food to serve to needy people. Over 200 of our agencies are in Mecklenburg county. Our warehouse runs 6 days a week to get out thousands of pounds of food a week. Last year, we distributed 50 million pounds of food to our partner agencies!
Children & Youth
Homeless & Housing
We'll work with your schedule.
500-B Spratt StreetCharlotte, NC28206
May 18, 2020
Must be at least 13
Each shift is 3 hours.. Our online calendar system will show available dates and shifts. All volunteers must schedule in advance. We do not allow walk-ins.
Volunteers need to be able to stand during the shift, bend and follow directions so that products can be sorted properly. Age 17 and older must be able to work independently.