“I used to feel so disconnected from my community, but
Volunteering at HFR has opened me up to the amazing, innovative, supportive, positive, beautiful side of humans we don’t often see. I wish more people took advantage of this opportunity.
Tristan J. / Volunteer since 2017
How can you help?
Perform food rescues & food sorting.
1-2 hour weekly commitment, Monday through Sunday between 7 am-12 pm and 6 - 8 pm.
Help Food Couriers carry, weigh and sort large food rescues, general operational support.
2 hour weekly commitment, Monday through Friday between 10:30 am-12:30 pm.
Prepare & deliver food boxes to HFR’s partner organizations.
2 hour weekly commitment, Monday through Friday between 12:30 - 2:30 pm.
Cleaning and facility maintenance at the HFR Hub.
1-2 hour weekly commitment, Monday through Sunday between 2 - 6 pm.
Man booths at events, help with marketing campaigns and event planning.
What are you interested in doing?
We gladly accept volunteers who have an interest in something outside the above listed.
Do good for more than just a great tshirt!
Volunteer at our annual event!
"We can do this!
We can save the planet and families from going hungry at the same time. But we can’t do it without your help."
Ali Dunford / Founder
Sorting and prepping food for distribution.
Joe, Molly and Hannah sorting through rescues and preparing food boxes at the Hub.
Eco Fair 2015
Volunteers manning the HFR booth.
HFR's Brand New Walk-In Cooler
Big enough to hold all the fruit, dairy, eggs and other cold products we rescue every week.
Tristan J. & Joe D. sorting through a Lucky's Market food rescue.
Just Eat It premiere
Center for the Arts, August 2015 . Attendees of Hole Food Rescue's first ever fundraiser and awareness event are enjoying appetizers made from rescued food on the lawn before the showing.
Volunteers peeling & freezing bananas!
"We love Hole Food Rescue!
We support HFR because of the huge impact it has on the social and environmental sustainability of Teton county. The people are fantastic. Being a volunteer is consistently rewarding. It is truly incredible how much food is diverted from our waste stream through the combined efforts of volunteers and staff."
Carrie & Ian Kruse / Volunteers Since 2014
Can't commit to a weekly shift?
We always need sub-volunteers to cover open shifts!
If you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities, please complete the volunteer form and check the calendar for the next new volunteer orientation.
Don't live in Jackson, WY but would like to volunteer?
Check out if your community has its own food rescue.