School cafeteria food, which would otherwise be thrown out, is packaged by nutrition services staff at each school and made ready for delivery to local food pantries. Fork It Over volunteers pick the food up and make the delivery. You help by transporting food from schools to a food pantry. Whether you volunteer once a month, or once a week, your help is greatly needed. The commitment is about an hour of your time and the use of your own vehicle.
“Be careful not to do your ‘acts of righteousness’ before men, to be seen by them. If you do, you will have no reward from your Father in heaven.”
- My friend who read the Northwest Children’s Outreach post and as a result, asked that her daughter’s school fundraiser dedicate money for desperately needed diapers.
- My friend who wanted to catch up and chat while volunteering instead of meeting for coffee.
- My friend who read about making lunches for the homeless and told her own family they would do the same…on Mother’s Day.
- My friend who brought her kids to work on an elderly couple’s yard because she wants to teach the value of serving.