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Volunteering at MFB is something you must experience firsthand

Midwest Food Bank Values include Embrace Our Communities and Empowering Volunteers. One of the ways we do this is by providing clean, efficient, safe, and comfortable gathering places.

At MFB, we work hard to maintain clean, inviting warehouses. To keep them well maintained and organized, we have standards, prioritize investment, and have safety committees. Our warehouses have up-to-date and well-maintained freezers, coolers, and equipment. We keep our trucks in good working order. We desire to show the love of Christ to everyone in the Midwest Food Bank Family and treat everyone with dignity. This includes our volunteers and agencies.

John Gast, MFB Arizona

Inviting, safe environments are critical to our brand and the sustainability of our mission. For instance, in Arizona, Warehouse Manager John Gast is leading an effort to ensure volunteers and employees are prioritizing safety.

"At MFB, we pursue the safety of all volunteers and agencies through utilizing the best equipment, practices, and personnel," says John. "These wonderful people are vital to our mission."

MFB Texas has recently leased a new warehouse. We plan to move our operations there in late august or early September. The new location, in Haltom City, has 30,000 more sq. ft. than the previous one. It also has more community and volunteer workstation space. This growth will allow MFB to serve our nonprofit partners in Texas better. 

Find out about volunteer opportunities at your local MFB.

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