Help Stamp Out Hunger and Food Insecurities
Jackson County United Way- IN
Families with food insecurities are on the rise in Jackson County largely due to Covid-19. Anchor House Food Pantry serves to supplement the nutritional needs of qualifying individuals in Jackson County. They are currently in need of volunteers for several events.
Please contact the Food Pantry Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 812.522.9308
- to assist shoppers with keeping track of points they spend, do light restocking/stocking in the pantry, bagging groceries, and assisting individuals in getting grocery bags to their vehicles. Several of the shoppers are elderly and may need more assistance; patience is a must!
- The pantry is open Mondays from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm and Thursdays noon to 5:00 pm. Volunteer times are very flexible to meet your availability and any time is appreciated.
- to pick up weekly donations locally (have access to a truck).
- times can be flexible and volunteers should be able to pick up 20 to 50 lbs.
- assist with unloading deliveries twice a month
- times vary and volunteers should be able to pick up 20 to 50 lbs.
- assist with stocking the panty throughout the week and organizing the warehouse
- times vary and are some what flexible.
- assist with outside and building cleanup.
This opportunity is a collaboration of the Anchor House Food Pantry and the Jackson County United Way.
About Jackson County United Way- IN
113 N Chestnut St., Suite 301, Seymour, IN 47274, US
The mission of the Jackson County United Way is to continually assess the needs of the people of Jackson County and improve their quality of life by raising and allocating funds for human care and developmental programs.
The Jackson County United Way Volunteer Action Center was created in November of 2010 to connect the volunteers of Jackson County to the agencies who are in need of their skills and services.