Whether you prefer the high energy food bank or the stylish boutique experience, we have a volunteer opportunity that will fit your interests and your schedule. Most of our volunteers work a half-day a week, but we can work with many possibilities.

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At the Food Bank

There may be no greater reward than to help assure your neighbor has enough to eat. At the food bank, everyone is in some way directly impacting the health and well-being of every visitor. Volunteer opportunities include drivers, sorting donations and stocking the market, and front market positions which help clients check in, shop and receive assistance.


At Second Season

Our furniture store and thrift store are operated entirely by volunteers, so all profits are used to provide services to Fishline clients. Volunteers can sort through donations, help repair and paint furniture, price and stage incoming merchandise or cashier.


In our Garden Program

Nothing is more delicious then fresh picked vegetables straight from the garden.  The Fishline Garden Program meets a rapidly growing need for emergency food assistance and increases the amount of nutritious quality food low income families have available to them. With the high cost of vegetables and fruits, Vegetable gardening makes good sense and benefits us all. Come join us:  growing and sharing fresh organic vegetables and fruit with our Fishline neighbors!

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At a Special Project

Throughout the year, our agency is always busy. Whether it is the postal drive in the spring, school supply distribution in the fall or food baskets and toys during the holidays, there is always a chance to help which doesn’t require a regular commitment. We also need administrative help throughout the year, for projects like our community newsletter, fundraising mailings or data entry.