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Volunteer at Our Food Bank

Every Tuesday and Thursday from 10 - 11 a.m., our food bank is open for Prosser residents who need it. We are always looking for volunteers to help out with tasks such as restocking, helping residents, and cleaning. 

Prosser Jubilee Ministries thrift store

Volunteer at Our Thrift Store

In order to dedicate as much of the proceeds from thrift store sales, our store is staffed entirely by volunteers. We're always in need of people who can help us sort through donations, organize and shelve items, and take payments from patrons. 

Volunteering FAQs

Do I need any specific skills to volunteer?

We believe that everyone can make a difference in our community, and we welcome people of all ages and skill levels to volunteer at our thrift store and food bank. From sorting through inventory and stocking shelves to taking payments and customer service, there is a job for anyone who would like to help. 

However, if you have retail experience or speak Spanish proficiently, please let us know! These skills are vital in helping us serve everyone in the community.

What kind of time commitment is required?

Whether you have just a few hours every month to help out or several hours per week, our volunteer opportunities are flexible. All we ask is that you follow through with your scheduled volunteer times. 

Can I get school or community service credit by volunteering?

If you are currently part of a program that gives credit for volunteer activities, get in touch with us with the details of your program, and we'll let you know if it's a good fit. 

Be a Volunteer

Prosser Jubilee Ministries depends on the support of members of our community. This not only includes donations and patronage to our thrift store but also time in service to our store and food bank. With more volunteers we'll be able to expand the hours of our thrift store and food bank as well as establish new programs to benefit our community.

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