Want to Volunteer? Start Here!

We are always looking for new volunteers at GVFB!  We continue to monitor current local, state, and federal recommendations as it relates to the COVID-19 pandemic.  As of now, we require all of our staff and volunteers to wear masks in an effort to stop the spread in our community.  Please check out current CDC guidance here
 

Our success in providing emergency food assistance in the Gallatin Valley for 39 years is due fully to the contributions of our very dedicated volunteers. More than 100 volunteers perform all weekly duties required for the Food Bank to operate. Additionally, our supplemental nutrition programs rely on volunteers as well as our special events.  In 2020, individuals contributed over 12,130 hours of volunteer time. We are so lucky to have so many volunteers tirelessly contributing their time and talents to ensure the success of our food bank! We are always looking for additional volunteers to process donations, stock shelves, repackage food, work in our gardens, and much more! 

I have been a Thursday morning volunteer at Gallatin Valley Food Bank for about 2 years. Volunteering for me is about meeting a need to under-served families and individuals in the community but more than that, it is about the people. There has been a consistency of volunteers that have become my friends whom I look forward to working with as well as the clients that have come to know me in the “bread room”. I am so proud to be part of such a giving community that touches so many people with their generosity in donations of time, talent, and monetary contributions.
Nancy
Thursday AM Volunteer

A PROGRAM OF HRDC

HRDC is a 501(c)3 non-profit Community Action Agency. We provide programs and services in the areas of housing, food and nutrition, child and youth development, senior empowerment, transportation, energy assistance, and community development.

hrdc

LEARN ABOUT HRDC AND HOW WE’RE WORKING TO BUILD A BETTER COMMUNITY

Holiday Closures 2021

New Year's Day

Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Presidents' Day

Memorial Day

4th of July (Obs. July 5th)

Labor Day

Mary Martin Day (Obs. Oct. 15th)

Thanksgiving & Day after

Christmas Eve through New Year's Day