Join Our Volunteer Team!

Are you passionate about making a difference in your community? Do you want to contribute your time and skills to a cause that matters? Join our team of dedicated volunteers and help us create positive change!

Why Volunteer with Us?

1. Meaningful Impact: Every volunteer plays a crucial role in advancing our mission and creating real change in the lives of those we serve.
2. Skill Development: Volunteering with us offers valuable opportunities for personal and professional growth. Whether you’re looking to build new skills or enhance existing ones, there’s a place for you on our team.
3. Community Engagement: Connect with like-minded individuals who share your passion for making a difference. Build lasting relationships and be part of a supportive community dedicated to creating a better world.
4. Flexibility: We understand that your time is valuable. That’s why we offer flexible volunteer opportunities to fit your schedule and preferences. Whether you can volunteer weekly, monthly, or for special events, we appreciate your commitment.

How You Can Help

  • Community Service: Get involved in hands-on activities such as our weekly food pantry & community events.
  • Different Roles: Support our organization through administrative, customer service, or physical tasks containing to our food pantry.
  • Special Projects: Contribute your unique skills and expertise to specific projects or campaigns that align with your interests and strengths.

Ready to Make a Difference?

Join our volunteer team today and be a part of something meaningful. Together, we can create positive change and build a brighter future for our community.

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Family Bridge Inc. COVID guidelines during distribution:

• Wear a mask

• Use hand sanitizer provided at the entrance

• Follow CDC guidelines

If you are in need to receive food resources and are experiencing covid symptoms; Please call 706-507-3076 to have a box prepared upon your arrival. 

Contactless pickup is available at the exit doors. 

Visit the CDC’s guidelines for more information