18+ (12+ when accompanied by a parent or guardian)
Volunteers will help stock shelves, sort through food and help shoppers that come in.
Mondays- Morning, Afternoon
Tuesdays- Morning, Afternoon, Evening
Wednesdays- Morning, Afternoon
Thursdays- Morning, Afternoon, Evening
Fridays- Morning, Afternoon
Days/Times are subject to change; check out Harvest of Hope’s calendar for updated events.
4830 Pearl St
Boulder, CO 80301
In the parking lot behind the building
Volunteers should ring the doorbell at the front or back door when arrived
Closed toed shoes
Complete a volunteer application
Complete a first time training shift
Our Mission is to provide healthy supplemental food to Boulder families and individuals in need of food assistance within a safe, welcoming and non-judgmental environment. Volunteering as a Pantry Assistant brings tremendous benefits to our mission. You will find the clients, staff and volunteers to be friendly and the time you spend feels productive and meaningful. Your role in providing food to those in need is direct, impactful, and rewarding! Pantry Assistant responsibilities may typically include: Greeting clients Providing shopping help on the Pantry floor Weighing food at the end of the client’s shopping experience Restocking shelves as needed Assisting with incoming food donations Packing orders for delivery Light clean-up (ensuring surfaces are clean and dust-free).
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