Thank you for your interest in volunteering with Community Action Services and Food Bank. As a volunteer, you can expect to participate in any or all of the following activities:
Assisting clients in the pantry
Assembling food boxes
Cleaning and organizing
Compiling hygiene kits
Marking bar codes
Other duties as assigned
Volunteer activities are assigned on a “as needed basis” and therefore no requests for specific jobs can be taken.
Volunteer Bill of Rights
Community Action Services and Food Bank Volunteers have the right to:
- Receive orientation, training, and supervision for the assignment given.
- Expect that your time will not be wasted by a lack of planning or coordination within the agency.
- Take suggestions about your assignment, the CASFB Volunteer Program, and our organization.
- Expect that volunteer records will be kept documenting volunteer experiences and hours completed.
- We will treat you as a fellow staff member who contributes to CASFB’s goals through your volunteer work.
- Have all these things done in a spirit of friendliness and cooperation.
Community Action Services and Food Bank Expectations
As an organization we have the right to expect:
- You will cooperate with staff and your fellow volunteers, while also maintaining a good team attitude.
- You will attend any training sessions required for your assignment.
- You will arrive on time and sign in each time you arrive for a work assignment.
- You will inform the volunteer coordinator as soon as possible of any absences, lateness, or emergencies that occur.
- You will keep all communications with or concerning clients or donors confidential.
- You will follow all policies and safety regulation outlined by CASFB.
- You will refrain from using language that could be considered offensive.
In the case of a grievance, please take all complaints to the Volunteer Program Assistant. If your complaint remains unresolved, you may take it to the Volunteer Coordinator.