Missoula Food Bank in need of volunteers

A nonprofit food bank in Missoula is urgently looking for help in fulfilling its mission of feeding people in need.

“The Missoula Food Bank and Community Center is seeking volunteers from the community to fill nearly 50 open shifts in our store,” said Claire Bonino-Britsch, the organization’s marketing and events coordinator.

These would be weekly, regular shifts.

Molly Gianarelli, a volunteer, sorts through donations at the Missoula Food Bank in 2022.


“Volunteer positions range from front-facing roles like supporting the customer intake process, boxing groceries and assisting customers in the store to more behind-the-scenes positions like data entry, stocking and packing meals,” explained Caitlyn Taix, the director of operations. “Although we generally hope to fill once-per-week, recurring 2-3 hour shifts, we also need volunteers who are on-call and can sub in to vacant shifts when available. There is something for everyone here at the food bank.”

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In order to expedite the volunteer recruitment process, the organization is hosting a volunteer tour night on Tuesday, Sept.

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