Welcome To Our Volunteer Information Page!


Hi There!

I'm Traci, the Volunteer Coordinator at St. Joseph Food Program. I'm so glad you're taking a moment to check out our volunteer opportunities.

I hope you'll consider joining us! To get the process started, scroll down to learn about our volunteer activities. You can find the link for our application at the top of the page. 

I'm always happy to answer any questions you might have.

Thank You,

Traci Junkins
Volunteer Coordinator
tjunkins@stjoesfoodprogram.org
(920) 734-9461 ext. 302


At this time, we respectfully ask you not to volunteer if:

  • You, or anyone with whom you come in regular contact, have tested positive for Covid-19 within the last 14 days
  • You, or anyone with whom you come in regular contact, are waiting for the results of a Covid-19 test
  • You, or anyone with whom you come in regular contact, are sick
  • You have recently returned from travel within the US or abroad
  • You are under the age of 16

Health officials warn that anyone over the age of 60, or people with underlying health issues at any age, face the risk of serious complications due to Covid-19. That risk spreads to anyone you live with or with whom you come in regular contact. Anyone in those categories should consult with loved ones and make an informed decision about when to volunteer.

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Our Current Volunteer Activities

Curbside Client Sign-In

Greet clients as they approach in their vehicle. Use provided technology to scan food cards and sign clients into our program. 

This work is done outdoors and requires the use of hand-held technology. Volunteers should be comfortable working with a mobile device.

Use a provided 2-way radio to contact staff or other volunteers.

This activity generally occurs Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, along with Monday evening.

Curbside Distribution

Load groceries into clients' trunks, or, set items on a cart for the client to load into another part of the vehicle.

This work is done outdoors and requires frequent, repetitive lifting.  Will use a 2-way radio to communicate to other volunteers or staff.

This activity generally occurs Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, along with Monday evening.

Curbside Greeter

Greet clients as they approach, check for active food card or assess any other assistance required.

This activity occurs outside and requires the use of a provided 2-way radio.

Training is required and can be made available when appropriate.

This activity generally occurs Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, along with Monday evening.

Donation Attendant

Assist people who would like drop off a donation by unloading and providing receipts.

Will also assist with preparing items for pickup or delivery, along with other operational or warehouse assistance.

This activity includes lifting and the use of a pallet jack.

Training is required but can be available when appropriate.

This activity generally occurs Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings.

Donation Trucks

Our donation trucks run early in the morning Monday through Saturday, picking up donated items. Upon return to St. Joe's, all items will be unloaded and moved to the appropriate area in distribution where other volunteers will prepare them for our clients.

This work is done both indoors and outdoors. You should be able to get into and out of the trucks, and repeatedly lift 50 pounds.

Truck volunteers must be at least 18 years old. Drivers will need a valid, current driver's license. 

Interviewing

This is a great remote volunteer opportunity!

From the comfort of home, speak with clients over the phone to confirm eligibility for our services, enter information into our software program, and make referrals for other programs.

Requires excellent communication and strong computer skills. 

Training is provided for the right candidates. Contact the volunteer program manager for more information.

Packing And Sorting

Pack bags of grocery items for client distribution and/or sort donations. These positions require the ability to stand for the duration of your shift along with frequent pushing, pulling, and lifting. This very physical work is done indoors.

This activity generally occurs Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings, along with Monday evening.

Delivery Driver

Deliver groceries to clients who don't have access to safe, reliable transportation. Delivery volunteers receive a list with client information prior to their shift. Using your vehicle, stop at St. Joe's to pick up groceries, then make 2-5 stops for delivery. The volunteer's mobile device is also used to anonymously contact the client upon arrival.

This activity requires a vehicle, valid driver's license, mobile device, and the ability to lift up to 30 pounds.

Training is provided. Contact the volunteer program manager for more information, or complete our volunteer application to begin the process.

Our Mission

Supplementing nutritional needs, free of charge, for the economically distressed within our local communities.