Community Food Box Project: Call for volunteers!

The Community Food Box Project has served our city’s people for eight years. As an independent, completely volunteer-run organization, its staying power is yet another testament to our community’s capacity and desire for building community and helping our neighbors. The Indianapolis Liberation Center and Hope Packages encourage our supporters to consider volunteering for this project, which is currently looking for help from people with various skills, including:

  • Food Box movers
    • Deliver food, pick food up from pantries, and call for donations
  • Food Box builders
    • Refurbish, paint, and build new Food Boxes
  • Communications
    • Work on newsletters, mailers, social media, and promotional materials
  • Area Captains
    • Manage Food Boxes, update the app, and coordinate installations

Established in 2016, Community Food Box Project provides 24-hour emergency food assistance in neighborhoods facing food insecurity. The Project partners with schools, churches, community centers, and businesses to install little free pantries for those in need where they are in need. The Project needs your support to continue expanding.

If you’re interested in volunteering for this important project, fill out this form to indicate your volunteer preferences and someone will be in touch with you!

If you have questions, you can fill out the contact form on their website.