For all available openings for baggings and distribution shifts, please view our online calendar. If you don't have an active account, please fill out a volunteer profile form.
Due to the ongoing pandemic, AFAC has new rules for volunteers. Please follow our rules so we can keep AFAC healthy and safe.
Don't see something you can volunteer for now? Learn about ongoing volunteer opportunities.
Home Delivery Driver Needed
We’re looking for a driver (it’s a great activity to do with a friend) who can make home deliveries to the Ballston area on WEDNESDAYS. You would come to AFAC between…
Offsite Volunteers Needed
**This need has been filled** We are looking for 4 friendly volunteers (18 years or older) to hand out groceries at AFAC’s first food distribution site in the City of…
Upcoming Check-in Volunteer Opportunity
**This need has been filled** Two of our off-sites are looking for reliable and friendly check-in volunteers for their AFAC distributions. One is in the Ballston area (Fridays 11:15-2:30) and…
Volunteer Spotlight: Drivers’ Assistants
AFAC’s drivers are constantly busy picking up and dropping off food throughout the day from off-site distributions and grocery stores. Off-sites with a larger client base require more help from…
Home Delivery Packers Needed
AFAC has a robust home delivery program and we pack groceries four days a week for approximately 120 clients. Each client gets a certain quantity of food with some variation…
Gleaning season is here!
Every year, AFAC sends volunteers to glean at farms in the Northern Virginia region. Currently, we are sending volunteers to JK Community Farm (in Purcellville, VA) every other Saturday morning…
Share your love for volunteering and AFAC with others!
The volunteer department is always on the lookout for volunteers who want to help on another level. Lead groups after hours in produce bagging or dry goods bagging. Speak about AFAC at outreach fairs, to youth groups, etc. Training is provided. Send an email to email@example.com if you have an interest in becoming a Volunteer Supervisor.
Create Your Own Food Drive
Not finding enough volunteer opportunities? Need something to do from home on your own schedule? Host a food drive! From our website, you can register your food drive, create customized flyers from our templates, and find some ideas to make yours a success. Consider asking your neighbors, swim club, camp, business or house of worship to join you. Our most-needed items are: canned tuna, low-sugar cereal, low-sodium soup, canned tomato products and plain pasta and rice.
We accept donated food Monday-Friday from 8:30am-4pm and Saturday from 8:30am-1pm. Questions? Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Little Free Library
Please donate any unwanted books and/or coloring books to our new Little Free Library! You can drop off donations with the Volunteer Department.
Other Volunteer Resources