Do you have a passion for economic justice and ending hunger? Want to help strengthen the social safety net programs and policies that help low-income people and under-resourced communities?
Then please join us as a volunteer!
Volunteers can use a wide variety of talents to fight hunger in many ways: getting info to our clients, distributing materials, planning special events, getting the word out about our services, or special tasks and projects that suit your talents!
And to make sure you stay safe during this pandemic, this work can be done at our office where vaccination and masks are required, remotely, or outside!
Learn about our opportunities below. Whether or not you see the perfect fit for you, please fill out the interest form on this page and we’ll be sure to find you something that matches your interests and skills.
If you are looking for internships, please check out our internship page.
Community Organizer Volunteers
Use your time to advocate for change! Encourage others to speak out by circulating petitions, making phone calls, and helping to get out the vote.
Tax Season Volunteers (January – April)
Together, we can help 2,500 families access over $5 million in tax refunds. You can help by serving as a greeter or by preparing tax returns. We provide free training to ensure all volunteers are IRS-certified. Read more about volunteering at our free tax sites!
Fresh Access Volunteers (May – November)
Provide support to our farmer’s market program by helping run transactions at farmer’s markets, conducting surveys, our spreading the would about the program. Read more about volunteering with Fresh Access!
Help get the word out about Just Harvest’s services and programs by representing us at community events, distributing fliers, and talking to other service providers.
Creative and Communications Volunteers
Use your creative talents to help fight hunger! Artists, graphic designers, photographers, and wordsmiths are always welcome to help with any of the following:
- taking photos and shooting video at events such as rallies and community meetings;
- designing or illustrating social media graphics, flyers, posters, special publications, or event materials; or
- producing materials for advocacy campaigns, client stories, and special projects.