Whether you’re helping out one-time or a few times a year, we love our groups! Here are some great ways to get involved.

Once you find an opportunity that interests you, click the APPLY NOW button and we’ll contact you ASAP.

Kitchen Helpers

Location: 210 S. Lucile Street, Seattle, WA (Georgetown neighborhood)

Kitchen volunteers are a part of our lively, bustling kitchen operation! Be a part of a team of top chefs who prepare nutritious and delicious meals for our seriously ill clients. Slicing, dicing, chopping, packaging—all are examples of tasks you could do in any given shift. No prior kitchen experience required.

Do I need a Food Worker Card? Volunteer groups do not need a Food Worker Card. 

Group Size: Up to 6 people.

Shift Times:

  • Tuesdays-Fridays: 9am-12pm; 1-4pm; 5:00-7:30pm
  • Saturdays & Sundays: 9am-11:30am; 12pm-2:30pm, 2:30-5:00pm

Ages: 12 and older with a parent. Ages 16-17 with a parental consent form.

What to wear: Closed foot shoes, hair tied back, and shirt with sleeves. We provide aprons, gloves and hair coverings.

 
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Kitchen & Warehouse Helpers

Location: 210 S. Lucile Street, Seattle, WA (Georgetown neighborhood)

We can accommodate groups to help with prepping our meals (slicing, dicing, peeling, portioning), and also helping to repackage bulk food items and prep grocery bags for delivery.

Group Shift Times: Tuesday-Thursday from 9am-12pm or 1-4pm.

Ages: 12 and older with a parent/guardian. Ages 16-17 with a parental consent form. 1 adult for every 6 youth is required.

What to wear: Closed foot shoes, hair tied back, and shirt with sleeves. We provide aprons, gloves and hair coverings.

Group Size: Up to 15 people.

 
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Group Food Delivery 

Location: Various routes in King County

Have a book club? What about a running group? Want to get your church involved in service? As a delivery group, you would organize a team of people to deliver meals and groceries on a rotating schedule. Routes generally take 45-60 minutes to complete and on average, volunteers will deliver to 4-7 clients.

Volunteer delivery drivers are the heart and soul of our food program, delivering thousands of bags of groceries as well as meals each year to our clients. We recommend having at least a group of 5 or more for a rotating schedule.

Requirements: All volunteers must pass a background check, have reliable transportation and complete a training to be eligible. Ages 16-17 needs two people on a route. Ages 18+ can drive alone.