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Is summer break on the brink of boring?

Just like a vacation, volunteering is a great way for families to get out and give back. We’ve compiled a snapshot of volunteer activities that are perfect to end summer boredom, spend quality time together, learn about the needs of our community and understand the personal benefits of giving back.

5 Youth-Friendly Volunteer Opportunities

  1. Harvest Hope
  • Max volunteers per group: 25 people
  • Tasks: Volunteers will help in many ways including sorting and packing food for clients
  • Volunteer times: Monday – Friday, 10 am - 12 or 1 pm - 3 pm
  • Volunteer location: Shop Road
  • Age requirements: Volunteers must be 13 years or older; Volunteers ages 11-15 years must have 1 adult supervisor per 5 youth
  • DYK: Harvest Hope’s Shop Road facility distributed 14,181,785 pounds of food to 316,414 families last year.
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