The Seattle Community Farm started growing produce in 2011, and a third of that produce is donated to the
We strive to hold food drives every month. Please contact us to find out about upcoming dates.
What volunteering at a food drive looks like: Volunteer shifts are two hours long. During this time, you pass out a “shopping list” to people entering the store. Some people will purchase items inside the store and drop them off with you. You give a warm thank you and pack the groceries into the barrels provided by RVFB.
The stronger of our volunteers may wish to help load and unload bags, boxes or barrels of food into our vehicle.
Who can help: EVERYONE can help! Food gathering is a great activity for parents to do with their kids. Teens looking for community volunteer hours can lend a hand, and every community-oriented adult is a welcome volunteer. It's a great team-building experience for groups of all kinds, and a win-win scenario for volunteers, the food bank, and the grocery stores.
How do I volunteer for an upcoming food drive?
Email RVFB at firstname.lastname@example.org