Become A Volunteer

Fill out the out the form below to get started. You will receive further emails confirming that you have been registered. Since our model of hunger relief effort is the outreach model, you will receive a formal invite to attend an upcoming community outreach where we reach thousands of people.
You will be required by the invite to confirm your attendance for the said outreach via a link. Confirming your attendance will automatically admit you to be part of the outreach.

To understand our volunteering procedures, a volunteer guideline will be sent to your private email as part of the on-boarding registration process.

If you have any questions about volunteering, please call any of these numbers 08028741322 / 07058617222 or Email us at

What Do Volunteers Do At The Food Bank?

We have a variety of volunteer tasks available, from food and clothe sorting, packaging water, stapling of raw food, to office support, to medical care on the outreach field, logistics, graphics designing, website/blog update, relevant skills etc. For more details see our volunteer guidelines.

Who Can Volunteer?

The Food Bank has various tasks for individuals of all ages. But Volunteer under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult/guardian who must also be a registered volunteer.

When Can I Volunteer?

Volunteers are scheduled for Mobile Pantry ride across the state and end of the Month community outreach in the slums and other times to support special programs or events.

Families & Groups, Companies Volunteering at the Food Bank

Families and groups of all sizes have numerous opportunities to support our programs during the outreaches. Our biggest events occur every last Saturday of the month where we reach to indigent families in thousands. Groups are encouraged to contact the Food Bank to get more information.

Volunteers Are Foundation

Volunteers are the heart and soul of our organization. In fiscal year 2017, volunteers donated about 192,000 hours of their time to help feed over 55,000 beneficiaries living in abject poverty. We couldn’t have done it without our volunteers. In fact, the time given by volunteers last year is equivalent to 35 full time employees! Because of our volunteers’ commitment to ending hunger, we are able to reduce our administrative costs and put more money into what really counts, our hunger-relief efforts.