Volunteer Opportunities for Teens
Service Requirements & Other Ways for Teens to Help
are happy to help teens earn required service hours. We can
write letters and sign school forms. Teens, if you have a service requirement, please plan
ahead! There are very few
last-minute or weekend opportunities.
Here are some ways teens can help:
Come to AFAC's Bagging Nights the first, second and fourth Wednesday of each month, 6:30-7:30. Please email us to let us know you'll be coming - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsor a walk or run for AFAC
at big food drives or over spring break.
Summer Teen Program
From 9:30 to 12:30 each weekday during the summer, teens age 14 and older volunteer in AFAC's warehouse and office. Teens may sign up to volunteer 1 or 2 mornings per week. We are very flexible so you can fit your volunteering in around camps and vacations.
Working at AFAC is like helping in a small grocery store. We
receive food deliveries. We weigh, sort, and shelve food. We also get
produce and cold items that need to be stored. You can also help with
our clients who come in once a week to receive supplemental groceries.
We are currently serving about 120 families each day.
Please email Laura Jackson at email@example.com if you have questions about the Summer Teen program.
For more information, please contact one of our volunteer coordinators, Puwen Lee or Laura Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org or (703-845-8486).
AFAC's fax number is 703-845-8491.
Students from St. Stephens St. Agnes help bag sweet potatoes.