Neighborhood Food Pantries
What is a Neighborhood Food Pantry? A Neighborhood Food Pantry is a collaboration of churches and organizations that provide people in need with food and emergency help with utilities, rent, auto assistance, and shelter. Resurrection is one of three host sites. We provide food for approximately 700 families each month and help many others with emergency needs.
Time and Talent Needs
If you have a compassionate heart and a desire to help our neighbors in needs, you are qualified to volunteer at Neighbohood Food Pantry. A minimal amount of on-the-job training is needed.
- Intake Volunteers: Welcome our guest and process their requiest for assistance.
- Food Pantry Volunteers: Sort food, stock shelves, and assist guests with their groceries.
- Delivery Day Volunteers: Help to unload and store food delivered to Resurrection on the first and third Fridays of the month at 8:00am.
Level of Commitment
Once a week, twice a month or once a month. The time commitment is very flexible.
Hours of Operation
Mondays & Thursdays: 10:00am-1:00pm
For more information, call Cheryl Reining at (630) 375-7185 X 2.