Ideal candidates have previous leadership experience and enjoy interacting with people of diverse ages and backgrounds and working as part of a team. Applicants must be energetic, self-motivated, organized, and have strong communication and leadership skills. This position reports to and works closely with the Mobile Pantry Coordinator.
The Food Bank’s warehouse was first remodeled in 2003, when The Crisis Center served about 350 families per week. Now, in 2017, more than 1,000 families visit The Crisis Center each week. Plus, about 250 families visit our Mobile Pantries across the county. Meanwhile, the warehouse has not kept pace.
This year, The Crisis Center Food Bank received a total of $37,392 in monetary donations and 27,393 pounds of food. That’s $12,028 more and 3,060 more pounds than last year! That means this year, 150 more kids were able to eat healthy, nutritious lunches every day this summer.
And some of our littlest Food Bank clients want to share their thanks.