Volunteer Opportunities

Individual Volunteer Instructions:
Thank you for your interest in volunteering as an individual at Harvest Hope Food Bank!   A volunteer application and waiver must be completed by all volunteers and if the volunteer is younger than 18 years of age, must be signed by the parent or legal guardian.    To start the volunteer application process, go to this link. 

We look forward to working with you.  If you have further questions after you have watched the volunteer orientation video and completed the application and waiver,  please contact one of our volunteer coordinators at the appropriate branch. 

For information regarding our Midlands locations, please contact Kara Pippin at khernandez@harvesthope.org or Elizabeth Williams at ewilliams@harvesthope.org.  

For Information regarding our Upstate location, please contact Tanya Yachaina at tyachaina@harvesthope.org

For Information regarding our Pee Dee Location, please contact Lenora Lefew at llefew@harvesthope.org

Group Volunteer Instructions:
If you are looking to volunteer with a group,  please complete the Group Inquiry Form on our website here.  The coordinator will set up a campaign page for your group and email the link to you, which you can share with your group.  All group members or parents/guardians of volunteers younger than 18 will need to watch the volunteer orientation video and complete the application and waiver before they volunteer. 

Midlands:  Kara Pippin at khernandez@harvesthope.org or Elizabeth Williams at ewilliams@harvesthope.org.

Upstate: Tanya Yachaina at tyachaina@harvesthope.org

Pee Dee: Lenora Lefew at llefew@harvesthope.org


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