Family Volunteer Opportunity at TAFB

We are excited to announce the launch of a special family volunteer opportunity at Tarrant Area Food Bank. On Wednesdays from 6-9 p.m., you can have fun with your family while helping families in our community. During this volunteer opportunity, you’ll work side by side with others to sort donated food in our Distribution Center.

Volunteers check expiration dates on products, sort food in bins, pack boxes and more. The goal: making sure that only the highest quality food makes its way to the tables of those in need.

Like you, we believe that no one should go hungry. At the end of your shift, you’ll have helped make hundreds of meals possible.

To register, view the list of upcoming family volunteer nights and click the “Sign Up” button. We hope to see you soon!

View family nights schedule

Family Night FAQs

Who can volunteer for a family night?
Individuals as young as 8 years old and 55 inches tall can volunteer for a family night. Children ages 8-15 years old must come with an adult chaperone.

Can I bring my friends to a family night?
Yes, please feel free to bring your friends to a family night at TAFB. We’d love to have you!

What should I expect when I come to a family night?
You should expect to work hard and have fun. Our amazing Volunteer Services team will be there to answer any questions you have and play some great music throughout the evening. You’ll be able to take breaks during the shift as needed. We’ll be respectful of your time and make sure your shift ends on schedule.

What does the volunteer space look like?
When you walk into the Volunteer Center, you’ll see tables set up around the room where much of the evening’s activity will take place. Four to six volunteers can work comfortably at each station.

How does Tarrant Area Food Bank ensure volunteer safety?
Safety is our number one concern for our volunteers. We make sure that the room is organized and free of possible safety hazards. Before you start working, our team will walk you through everything you need to know to have a safe and fun time. In addition, we will keep an eye out for anything that could be a safety risk during the shift.

If you have other questions, please feel free to reach out to us at

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