LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — Food Finders Food Bank needs your help!
With summer right around the corner, the need for volunteers is higher than ever.
Food Finders provides food for people in need and its goal is to educate, advocate and address food insecurity in the 16 counties it serves in north central Indiana.
The food bank in Lafayette is in particular need of more volunteers because many of them are Purdue students who will be gone for the summer.
With higher demand, more volunteers are crucial to helping clients.
The Chief Operating Officer said you will love volunteering at Food Finders.
"There's something for everyone," said Kier Crites. "So if you are kind of an introvert and stay behind the scenes we have plenty of jobs for that, but if you really like also working with people and having that direct interaction we have too."
To volunteer click here or you can call 765-471-0062.
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