Dublin Food Pantry values our student volunteers! 

Thank you for your interest in helping your neighbors access nutritious food and other essential resources in an atmosphere of compassion, safety, respect, and professionalism.

Dublin Food Pantry (DFP) gratefully relies on student volunteers. There is no higher priority for us than your health and physical well-being so we will continue to require masks at Dublin Food Pantry in 2021 until further notice.

 

Volunteer sessions and hours are listed in the charts below:

Typical schedules Vary but may include packing boxes, loading and unloading groceries into customer cars, serving as a runner to help serve customers. New: Help with communications, translating, and other volunteer options are possible. 

Student Group Volunteers: Options may include helping out at summer events.

 To apply to volunteer in the pantry:

  • Fill out the volunteer form, preference goes to age 16 years or older (exceptions may apply)

  • Preferred applicants will be able to commit to the entire session, typically one day per week for 2.5 hours excluding holidays

Other Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Conduct food, fund or personal care drives

  • Translate - help with signage and translations

  • Communicate - help us share updates and information

Questions?

Email Operations Director Jim Wilson at:  jim@dublinfoodpantry.org

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Ready to be a student volunteer?

Please fill out our application form and let us know in the message section when you'd like to volunteer including session, and your general availability during the week. The minimum age for volunteering is 16. On a case-by-case basis, younger children may volunteer in groups with adults or with adult supervision.