If you want to make a difference in our community to end food insecurity, and keep your neighbors housed, consider using your time, talent, and treasure to connect with Western Fairfax Christian Ministries. Volunteer, participate in events, hold a food drive, or donate knowing you are making a difference.
WFCM's volunteers are the heart of our operation and essential to our mission. Our volunteers give their time and talent to serve our neighbors in need. Volunteer support is essential - without our volunteers, there is no way that WFCM could provide all the services we do for our local community.
Volunteers serve on our Board of Directors
Volunteers from supporting congregations serve as Church Champs, acting as liaisons connecting us with their congregations and church leadership
Volunteers pick up and deliver food from local grocery stores, stock shelves, assist clients with food selection in our client choice food pantry and bag their food
There are also opportunities for groups of adult and youth volunteers to serve in our warehouse or off-site to support our work
There are so many things our volunteers do to ensure our mission is lived out each day. In general, volunteer opportunities in our food pantry or warehouse require being able to lift 25 lbs. or more and wearing closed-toed shoes. Learn more below.
Join us for our annual Spring into Action Golf Tournament, Fall Fellowship Dinner, and other events that support our mission to keep our neighbors housed and fed.
We welcome our partners to volunteer on team projects such as crating food donations in our warehouse, stocking shelves, gardening, or decanting laundry detergent.
Volunteers stock shelves, pick up groceries from local stores, and/or assist clients with food selection and bag their groceries.
Teen Volunteer Opportunities
We welcome teens age 14-15 with adult supervision or teens 16+ to volunteer in our warehouse sorting and crating food donations. To check available dates and times, email email@example.com.
We welcome groups of 5-10 to volunteer in our warehouse sorting and crating food donations and doing other tasks as needed. To request a Volunteer Day, use the form below.
Youth Off-site Volunteer Opportunities
There are many ways kids under age 14 can help with our work! Consider a food or toiletry drive in your neighborhood, at your school, or with any club. Another option is to collect plastic water bottles, rinse them out, fill them with laundry detergent, and label them. To request labels, or learn more , email firstname.lastname@example.org.