Volunteer

Due to COVID-19, we are only accepting volunteers who are ages 16 and over.

To volunteer please fill out our volunteer application.  We’ll contact you to get started. Current volunteers may login to their existing Volunteer Gopher account to sign up for volunteer shifts.

Volunteer as an Individual

The Market

There are many opportunities to serve at the Arlington EATS Market. Volunteers are needed to unload the delivery truck, pack food bags, deliver food, and process donations. Lifting items weighing 10-50 pounds may be required. All Market shifts currently take place at Saint John’s Church, 74 Pleasant Street (Office entrance).

Snack Preparation

Arlington EATS makes snacks available for any student who is hungry during the school day. Snack preparation includes packing school approved snacks. Please contact Jane at jbiondi@arlingtoneats.org to find out how you can help or contact the Snack Ambassador at your child’s school. Due to the pandemic, snack preparation opportunities are limited.

Vacation Week and Summer Lunch Programs

School vacations can be stressful for households who count on school meals to keep their kids fed. From serving food on the buffet line to restocking supplies, setting up the beverage center to taking out the trash, we need lots of help to make our February, April and Summer Vacation Lunches run smoothly.  Please contact Jane at jbiondi@arlingtoneats.org for information about volunteering for the Vacation Lunch Program. Due to the pandemic this program is currently on hold.

Volunteer as a Group

Organize a Neighborhood Food Drive!

Want to make a bigger impact by engaging your community in food drives? Get inspired to do a one-time food drive by checking out this easy guide. Want to keep up the good work all year long? Follow the lead of neighborhood groups, Good Teel and Kelwyn Cares, and organize your neighbors for a monthly food drive!

One Time Food Drive Guide
Monthly Neighborhood Donation Group Guide
Food Drive Poster Color
Food Drive Poster B&W

Volunteer or Donate

Unfortunately, hunger is part of life in Arlington. Arlington EATS relies upon people like you to ensure there is food for all Arlington residents.

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