Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry is managed and staffed almost entirely by a dedicated group of volunteers on an ongoing basis.
While there are no available volunteer openings currently, the Food Pantry does often need help with food drives and special events. Such annual events include the U.S. Postal Service Letter Carrier Food Drive and Holiday Gift Basket Drives.
We send out notifications for these types of volunteer opportunities throughout the year. But , if you an individual, you must complete our WIFP Volunteer Questionaire, our WIFP Volunteer Release. Print and mail them to the address on the form or e-mail them to us. You may also call the Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry at 781-245-2510 and press 5 to leave a message for the volunteer coordinator.
The first step to volunteering is to subscribe to our blog. By becoming a subscriber, you will learn about volunteer opportunities at the food pantry and assist us in planning events.
Even when there are no open positions, having your information in our database will aid us when we need volunteers for events or newly open volunteer positions.
Organizations and Businesses Play a Role in Volunteering
Are you a business or civic organization that could sponsor a food drive for the Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry? Invite your colleagues to bring non-perishable food to your next function, workplace or civic facility for a day, week or month. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Sponsor a cash donation event or drive at your workplace or your local civic organization
Invite your colleagues to bring monetary donations to your next function, or to your workplace or civic facility for a day, week or month.
Sponsor a Business Challenge
Your organization can agree to match monetary contributions received and tracked by the Wakefield Interfaith Food Pantry for a one-month period, for any percentage you choose. Please call us to discuss specific details. Your organization will receive the maximum possible local publicity for your generous financial support.
Sponsor a Volunteer Effort with Matching Contributions to the Food Pantry
Some organizations support their employee’s volunteer efforts with matching funds to the non-profit. This is a welcome benefit to the Food Pantry.