Thanksgiving Volunteer Opportunities
This month as we remind ourselves of our good fortune, what better way to spread the love than to volunteer and give back to the community? Volunteering at a local food pantry or clothing donation center is a great way to participate in our community and make a difference. Hospital volunteering is also a rewarding opportunity to help those in need.
Hope For Hunger1
Phoenix Rescue Mission is looking for volunteers 12 and older to help out at its Hope for Hunger Food Bank.
Grateful Hearts Glendale2
Grateful Hearts welcomes small groups to help with meal prep, service, clothing distribution and cleanup. Tuesdays 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Valley View Community Food Bank3
Valley View Community Food Bank relies on volunteers to donate money, time, food, and organize food drives.
Paradise Valley Emergency Food Bank6
The Paradise Valley Emergency Food Bank relies on volunteers to provide food assistance to individuals and families living within the Paradise Valley Unified School District.
Arizona Pet Project9
Find a doggone rewarding way to spend your time with the Arizona Pet Project. Opportunities include photography, greeting families and pets at spay and neuter clinics, and community outreach.
Paz De Cristo Community Center11
Providing nightly dinners to the hungry and homeless since 1988 without fail, Paz de Cristo keeps this streak alive thanks to volunteers.
Phoenix Community ToolBank13
Phoenix Community ToolBank seeks volunteers to sort, pack, and distribute personal protection equipment (PPE) to other nonprofits and also help sort and prep tool donations.
The Salvation Army14
The Salvation Army has many duties, including food pantry jobs and serving meals during the holidays, organizing donations, running toy drives, and ringing the famous kettle bell.