Lifting Lives Up One at a Time

“As a volunteer, I have experienced firsthand the impact we have on members of our community. The sense of gratitude that comes from giving back to my hometown can’t be put into words.” – Eric T.

It is the only through generous investment of time and talent that we are able to lift the lives of struggling families in our community. Volunteers ensure the smooth daily operations of our campus, so that our financial resources can be utilized in the most effective way possible. In 2021 12,436 hours of service, by 306 volunteers, were recorded by our volunteers. We simply could not operate without you!

Individual Volunteers

With many shifts available each week, volunteers assist with everything from bagging groceries to working in our warehouse. Opportunities are available in 1) Class facilitators/Instructors, 2) Life Skills Mentors, 3) Mock Job Interviews, 4) Food Pantry, 5) Member Share Grocery Program Membership Desk and Stocking Shelves, and 6) Thrift Center.

Volunteer Coordinator Caryl Zook Orientations are Wednesday at 3PM

*Children must be 10 years of age or older in order to participate in our regular volunteer opportunities. Youth under 16 years of age must have a parent or adult guardian present at all times while volunteering. Children of all ages are invited to participate in our monthly Family Volunteer Nights!

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Individual Volunteers
Volunteer As A Group

Volunteer as a Group

UP of Indian River County welcomes groups of all sizes to volunteer on our campus! Faith-based organizations, community groups, school groups, civic clubs and business can make a positive contribution to our mission. We offer flexible options to accommodate groups of all ages and abilities each day of the week.

Would You Like to Volunteer Your Time? Contact Us Today!

Caryl Zook, Volunteer Coordinator


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