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Our Volunteers are the heart of our organization. In 2014, 30+ volunteers generously contributed more than 3,000 hours! These volunteers helped us collect, sort, repack and distribute over 218,000 pounds of food and other items!
Volunteer positions can be daily, weekly or special event commitments and take place Monday through Thursday between the hours of 9 am and 12 pm.
To learn more about our volunteer opportunities, email or call 352-326-5463 or drop in and see us.

Volunteering benefits the community, the organization, and the volunteer. Think of what you can do when you give your time to help your community:

  • Help your community: Know that you are giving your time, talent, wisdom, and experience to your community and neighbors who need you.
  • Help yourself: Through service, you can add to the quality and health of your life. Research indicates that volunteers enjoy better health, make new friendships, stay active and involved in the community, and learn new skills.
  • Make a difference: Be part of a movement to transform our community through the involvement of its citizens.
  • Save money for the organizations you serve: By donating your time and skills, you help make funds go farther for organizations that address critical needs in our community.

Perhaps the first and biggest benefit people get from volunteering is the satisfaction of incorporating service into their lives and making a difference in their community and country. The intangible benefits alone—such as pride, satisfaction, and accomplishment—are worthwhile reasons to serve.

Our Volunteers are the heart of our organization. In 2014, 30+ volunteers generously contributed more than 3,000 hours! These volunteers helped us collect, sort, repack and distribute over 218,000 pounds of food and other items!
Volunteer positions can be daily, weekly or special event commitments and take place Monday through Thursday between the hours of 9 am and 12 pm.
To learn more about our volunteer opportunities, email or call 352-326-5463 or drop in and see us.

Volunteering benefits the community, the organization, and the volunteer. Think of what you can do when you give your time to help your community:

  • Help your community: Know that you are giving your time, talent, wisdom, and experience to your community and neighbors who need you.
  • Help yourself: Through service, you can add to the quality and health of your life. Research indicates that volunteers enjoy better health, make new friendships, stay active and involved in the community, and learn new skills.
  • Make a difference: Be part of a movement to transform our community through the involvement of its citizens.
  • Save money for the organizations you serve: By donating your time and skills, you help make funds go farther for organizations that address critical needs in our community.

Perhaps the first and biggest benefit people get from volunteering is the satisfaction of incorporating service into their lives and making a difference in their community and country. The intangible benefits alone—such as pride, satisfaction, and accomplishment—are worthwhile reasons to serve.



Our Volunteers are the heart of our organization. In 2014, 30+ volunteers generously contributed more than 3,000 hours! These volunteers helped us collect, sort, repack and distribute over 218,000 pounds of food and other items!
Volunteer positions can be daily, weekly or special event commitments and take place Monday through Thursday between the hours of 9 am and 12 pm.
To learn more about our volunteer opportunities, email or call 352-326-5463 or drop in and see us.

Volunteering benefits the community, the organization, and the volunteer. Think of what you can do when you give your time to help your community:

  • Help your community: Know that you are giving your time, talent, wisdom, and experience to your community and neighbors who need you.
  • Help yourself: Through service, you can add to the quality and health of your life. Research indicates that volunteers enjoy better health, make new friendships, stay active and involved in the community, and learn new skills.
  • Make a difference: Be part of a movement to transform our community through the involvement of its citizens.
  • Save money for the organizations you serve: By donating your time and skills, you help make funds go farther for organizations that address critical needs in our community.

Perhaps the first and biggest benefit people get from volunteering is the satisfaction of incorporating service into their lives and making a difference in their community and country. The intangible benefits alone—such as pride, satisfaction, and accomplishment—are worthwhile reasons to serve.