Hundreds of volunteers help us work to end hunger in our community year-round. If you’re looking for a meaningful way to dedicate your time, Sheboygan County Food Bank welcomes your help.
Making Spirits Bright (NOVEMBER 24 - DECEMBER 31)
Sheboygan County Rotary Clubs coordinate Sheboygan County Food Bank’s largest annual food drive, Making Spirits Bright. Admission to the park is free of charge, but donating nutritious food items is highly encouraged. Volunteers drive a small box truck from Sheboygan County Food Bank’s warehouse to Evergreen Park to help collect food donated by visitors. Then after the event is over, volunteers drive donations back to the warehouse to unload and weigh. Volunteers must be ages 18+ and have a valid drivers license for the driver position. No special licensing is required.
Sheboygan County Food Bank works with community partners to coordinate theHerb Kohler and Natalie Black Community Cafe at St. Luke United Methodist Church in Sheboygan over the lunch hours, Monday – Saturday. Volunteers ages 12 and older help with light food prep and set up, serving lunch, greeting guests, and clean up. On Wednesdays, representatives from local organizations are welcome to join by sharing resources and conversations with the guests. Bulk meal and three-gallon soup donations from local restaurants, organizations, and individuals are always appreciated!
Sheboygan Cares Food Pantryis our onsite, drive-thru distribution that provides nutritious and fresh food on Monday evenings and Wednesday mornings. Volunteers help prepare bags of food, direct clients safely through our garage, and load food into clients’ vehicles. Volunteers must be able to lift 30 pounds.