Groups are invited to plan, prepare, and serve meals at any of our 4 community meal sites across Franklin County. Please contact our volunteer coordinator for details about volunteering as a group.

Grow Food Northampton welcomes volunteer groups such as student organizations, church groups, and others for one-time or recurring volunteer opportunities.

Volunteers pack groceries, receive food donations, stock shelves, sort food to maintain quality control and help maintain sanitary working conditions. You can also assist with clerical responsibilities such as typing and data entry, or organize and hold food drives.

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Thank you for your interest in volunteering with New England Public Media – we look forward to having you as part of our team. Email Susan Lofthouse,, and she’ll add you to the volunteer mailing list so you’ll be sure to know about any upcoming opportunities.

Someone needs to keep ahead of all this grass! Even if you can only come one afternoon for a few hours of string trimming, our guests will appreciate anything you can do.

With a lot of enthusiasm and a little training, you can help maintain our tracks and learn both old and new methods of track reconstruction. We have both scheduleded and unscheduled maintenance programs all year long. Past projects have included moving entire railroad tracks to more simple tasks such as inserting fresh ties and rail.…

Pioneer Valley Habitat for Humanity relies on it’s volunteers to build homes, but also to build our organization. Volunteers can: Help in the office, Work on fundraisers, Help at events, Help with families, Recruit other volunteers, Work with faith communities, Help build homes, or help with Other off-site projects.

At our donation site in Huntington, we always need help sorting and putting away donations, assisting families taking items to their cars, and gathering items for deliveries. Time commitment: as little or as much as you like, whenever the Village Closet is open. Ages 14+.