WTFB needs volunteers


ODESSA, Texas (Nexstar) – The West Texas Food Bank says it’s struggling to find volunteers who are committed to showing up and helping distribute food to a hungry community. Now, WTFB leaders are asking for help.

Since the beginning of the pandemic, the West Texas Food Bank in the interest of public safety has not opened its doors to regular volunteer opportunities. While this is a drastic measure, the West Texas Food Bank is the only food bank in the state that has not suffered a major COVID-19 outbreak.

As more and more people are vaccinated and as we understand this virus better, the Food Bank is once again calling on the community to volunteer.

Volunteers are required to apply online through the volunteer portal. WTFB says all volunteer opportunities are listed in the portal to make it easy to find a time that fits your schedule. You can access that portal here. Volunteers will also be required to wear masks and practice proper hand hygiene during their time at the Food Bank.

“The work we do every day is supported by our volunteer workforce,” said Libby Campbell, CEO of the West Texas Food Bank. “Closing was the hardest decision I’ve ever had to make. I’m glad we were able to welcome the community back to their food bank, and give them the opportunity to spend time supporting their hungry neighbors. “

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Aila Slisco

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