Hole Food Rescue is volunteer-driven. We rely on the dedication and commitment of compassionate residents like you!

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“Volunteering at HFR gives you instant gratification

by seeing how your efforts are saving so much food from going to the landfill. The hub is always buzzing with people and food. It's a great way to meet new people in the community and give back.

Tristan J. / Volunteer since 2015


How can you help?

Food Rescuer

Perform food rescues & food sorting.

1-2 hour weekly commitment
Shifts: Monday - Sunday between 7 am - 12 pm and 6 - 8 pm


Hub Patrol

Help sort incoming food rescues
and pack outgoing food boxes.

2 hour weekly commitment
Shifts: Monday - Friday from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm


Food Runner

Prepare & deliver food boxes to
HFR’s partner organizations.

1.5 hour weekly commitment
Shifts: Monday - Friday from 12:30 - 2:00 pm


Cleaning Chief

Cleaning and facility maintenance
at the HFR Hub.

1-2 hour weekly commitment
Shifts: Monday - Sunday anytime between 2 - 9 pm.

What are you interested in doing?

Photography, cooking, event planning?

We gladly accept volunteers who have an interest
in something outside the above listed.

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Volunteer at our annual event!


Sorting and prepping food for distribution.

Volunteers 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 the 700 lbs of food we rescue each day!


HFR volunteers

Tristan J. & Joe D. sorting through a Lucky's Market food rescue.


"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.

Carrie K. & Ian T. / 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 application.


Don't live in Jackson?

See if your community has its own food rescue.