Help Us Stamp Out Hunger!
Millions of Americans live from one day to the next uncertain where their next meal will come from. According to the latest research provided by the San Diego Hunger Coalition, an estimated 504,829 (1 in 6) people in San Diego County are food insecure, a sad statistic that helps to reinforce the importance of our annual national Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive, to be held this year on Saturday, May 12. As a food sorting volunteer, you will sort and organize non-perishable food items that have been donated from households throughout San Diego County, so they can get in the hands of families that need them.
Since the nation’s largest single-day food drive began in 1993, letter carriers-ably assisted by untold thousands of family members, friends and other food sorting volunteers-have collected more than 1.5 billion pounds of non-perishable food left by customers’ mailboxes and delivered to local food banks in more than 10,000 cities and towns in all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Guam.
Help United Way of San Diego County support the Stamp Out Hunger(r) Food Drive as a Food Sorting Volunteer in this year's Day of Action!
Food and water will be provided!
Can sign off for service hours if needed for school, community service, etc.
Satisfaction of helping those in need
A chance to make new friends!
How to Sign Up:
To sign up to be a volunteer for Stamp Out Hunger use this link:
Go to our Volunteer Website
Under the Volunteer Now tab, choose Find an Opportunity
Choose the location you want to serve at for Stamp Out Hunger
If you are already registered, you will receive a confirmation email when you sign up. If you are not already registered, create an account and a confirmation email will be sent to you within 24 hours.
Job Type: Temporary
- People Skills
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- 4 hours