A: We suggest that you do not bring any valuables to your volunteer shift. There is a coat rack provided, but we do not have lockers to secure belongings. Please remember, the Foodbank is not responsible for lost or stolen items while you are volunteering. The Foodbank will supply all tools needed to complete projects. Please do not bring in any personal tools or items. Please wear closed-toe shoes and comfortable clothing that will not limit your mobility during your shift. Common attire is jeans and a tee shirt. Please refrain from wearing clothing with offensive language.
If you’re wearing open-toed shoes, clothing that may offend others, or that limits your ability to safely perform volunteer activities, the Foodbank’s Volunteer Center staff may reassign you to another volunteer position or may ask you to return another time.
In keeping with CDC guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19, our drinking fountains are closed. However, volunteers will have access to a water-bottle refill station, coffee, and vending machines.