Simply put, we wouldn't be able to do all of our work in the community without our volunteers. Many volunteer opportunities are on hold due to COVID-19, but we are always looking for new volunteers for our Tuesday food pantry.
- Food Pantry: Come once, come twice – no long-term commitment is required! Individuals interested in becoming a Food Pantry volunteer must fill out a short application and after will receive links to sign up for all available dates. Shifts are available in the morning (8:30 – 11:30), and afternoon (12:30 – 3:30). The morning shift is responsible for unloading and unpacking food deliveries from the SF-Marin Food Bank, and then packaging up an assortment of fresh and packaged food for families. The afternoon shift is responsible for organizing the flow of clients and distributing bags at our outdoor, drive-through pantry. The first step in volunteering for the food pantry is to complete an application, which you can access here if you are aged 15-17, and here if you age 18+. Once the application is completed, you will receive an email with links to sign up for our upcoming food pantry dates. Click here to see our Food Pantry in action.
- Peer Health Promoters: The Novato Teen Clinic waiting room is staffed by teen and young adult volunteers, who make a yearlong commitment to volunteer. Peer Health Promoters (PHPs) educate Novato Teen Clinic clients about safer sex and help make the waiting room a welcoming space. If you are interested in becoming a PHP, we recruit annually starting in March. See a video about the Novato Teen Clinic here.
Number of volunteers in 2019-2020
Number of North Marin residents who received services in 2019-2020