Christmas Distribution – Saturday, December 16, 2017 – Set up 9am to 11am. Distribution to pre-registered families 11am to 4pm.  Volunteers can call 694-9307 for more information.

 

You can support the Holt Community Food Bank in many ways.  If you or your group is interested in volunteering or project work, please call (517) 694-9307.  This is how together we can MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN OUR COMMUNITY!  Thank you to all of our supporters & volunteers who makes this all possible year round to keep Holt healthy & strong!

 

ALWAYS NEEDED ITEMS to help stock HCFB shelves:  Flour, white & brown sugar, salt & pepper, spaghetti noodles, canned peas, carrots, beets or assorted vegetables (except for green beans & corn), sauerkraut, sloppy joe mix, cold cereals (always in demand), hamburger, chicken or tuna helper meals, canned vegetable soups, canned pineapple slices or crushed, refried beans, taco shells and more for a healthy diet. Also needed are personal needs, such as toilet paper, paper towels, shampoo, conditioner, deodorant, baby wipes and diapers. Or call to see what our current needs might be. Donations can be dropped off during distribution hours or call to make other arrangements on Mondays & Wednesdays 9am to 12pm.

Contact HCFB for more information at 517-694-9307.

Volunteer

Volunteers are always needed!

The Holt Community Food Bank serves an average 150+ families each month. It’s a big job—and it’s all done by volunteers.

Volunteers are needed year-round! Whether you can give a little time or a lot, there are many ways you can help, including:

  • picking up food
  • sorting food
  • distributing food
  • delivering to shut-ins
  • stocking shelves
  • loading and unloading trucks
  • holiday distributions
  • working at fundraising events
  • and much more!

To volunteer, contact:

Holt Community Food Bank
Phone/fax: 517-694-9307
2021 Aurelius Road
Holt, MI

Business hours:

Monday 9-11 a.m.
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 5-7 p.m.

Volunteer Opportunities

Here are a few specific volunteer needs coming up soon. But remember, if you want to give your time—any time—we’ll find an opportunity that fits!

Hold a food drive

Holding a food drive is a great way for a group or organization to help. From grade school students to businesses to church groups, our partners in the community have helped keep our shelves stocked to feed our neighbors in need.

Because specific food needs vary throughout the year, please contact us for guidelines on holding a food drive and what items are most needed at that time.

Grow-a-Row

We strive to provide our client families with a variety of healthy food. Fresh produce is always needed and appreciated.

If you are a gardener, consider “growing a row” (or more!) to donate to the food bank. Or, if your garden simply has more bounty than you can use, we will gladly accept your donation of fresh produce.

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