We invite you to get involved with Loaves & Fishes
You have an amazing opportunity to make an immediate difference in the lives of people right here in your backyard. We are fortunate at Loaves & Fishes to have many wonderful and dedicated volunteers. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to do what we do.
WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN US in our service to the Clarksville/Montgomery County Community. Whether you come as a regular or on a one time basis, your time and services are invaluable to our agency. You will have a hands on experience each time you volunteer.
Loaves & Fishes needs volunteers in the following areas:
- Serving of food & drink
- Holiday program
- Administrative help
- Phone monitor
- Food distribution to other agencies
- Food drivers (for food pick-up)
- Meal preparation
- Meal set-up
Who Can Volunteer:
Individuals and groups can volunteer. *You must be 18 years old or older to work in the kitchen*
Volunteer Days & Hours:
You can volunteer Monday – Saturday from 8:00 am – 1:00 pm at our location – 215 Foster Street Clarksville, TN 37040 (no mail)
• All volunteers must complete application.
• On Site: Because we want to ensure volunteering is safe and enjoyable for all, the minimum age for volunteering is 18 years or older. Unfortunately we cannot make exceptions for volunteers younger. Any questions regarding exceptions will be referred back to our younger kids list.
•Off Site: Age restrictions do not apply. For any questions please contact us by calling 931-645-9020 or by clicking here.
Loaves and Fishes is an all-volunteer (except for two part-time paid employees) organization. A Board of Directors helps formulate policy and rules of the kitchen. All team members are volunteers who come in on the same day each month. Most teams consist of church members although a few teams are made up of individuals. The teams arrive at the kitchen by 8:00 AM and prepare a meal to be served between 10:30AM and Noon. After the meal volunteers clean-up the kitchen for the next day. Dedicated volunteer drivers pick-up donated products from area businesses. All foods not used by the soup kitchen are donated to other local agencies through the Food Distribution Center.