Each year, Mid-South Food Bank welcomes and relies upon thousands of volunteers in a variety of help to distribute millions of pounds of food to hungry neighbors.

Learn more by clicking options here:

Individual Volunteer Application- http://www.midsouthfoodbank.org/volunteer 

Group Appliation - http://www.midsouthfoodbank.org/group

Review the Volunteer Handbook Custom Content Volunteer Handbook- http://www.midsouthfoodbank.org/volunteer-handbook 

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Hillshire Brothers employees volunteer to sort through canned food donations at the Food Bank's Heistan Warehouse.



Walmart volunteers boxed food items for families during the  Food Bank's Mobile Pantry in Union County, Miss.




FedEx workers enjoy camaraderie while helping to sort through salvaged donations during a time of volunteering.




Volunteers helped encourage the public to stop by the Summer Harvest donation event at Poplar Plaza in hot August for the Food Bank.



Some of the Food Bank's youngest volunteers from Lott Carey Mission helped at the Food Bank's Dunlap location. Volunteers as young as the eighth grade are able to help at the warehouse locations.




Medtronic employees volunteered one day to spruce up the outside of the Food Bank office.



AARP and Walgreens employees collaborated on a week-long Day of Service to collect contributions for the Food Bank.




The desire to Feed the Need transcends language and oceans: Japanese exchange students from the University of Memphis volunteered their time and skills during an afternoon at the Food Bank.



Local Scouts held their annual Scouting for Food donation drive the second week in December. Collections converged at the Boy Scouts of America's local headquarters on Hollywood Avenue.