The Food Bank of Corpus Christi is seeking volunteers to help sort and box our donated food product at our warehouse.  Volunteers can help Monday – Friday from 1 pm to 8pm, and groups of 12 or more can be scheduled for specific week days or Saturdays.  We ask that our volunteers dress appropriately by wearing closed toed shoes and any volunteer the age of 16 yrs old or under will need to be accompanied by an adult. Volunteers are also always needed at all the senior residential mobile pantry drops such as the Elliot Grant senior residential drop, the Casa De Oro senior residential drop and the Buena Vida senior residential drop throughout Corpus Christi and the surrounding area.  The Food Bank of Corpus Christi also needs volunteers to help with our out of town mobile pantry drops in areas such as Driscoll, Agua Dulce, etc. Volunteers can meet at the Food Bank of Corpus Christi warehouse located at 826 Krill street and can be transported to the mobile drop location. If you’re interested in volunteering your time, email Julie Martinez at julie.martinez@feedingamerica.org or contact us at 361-887-6291.

Thanks to Seashore Middle Academy Students for their dedication to the FBCC.

Seashore Middle Academy 8th graders stopped by the FBCC on 9/11 to help inspect, sort and box donated food items.

Seashore Middle Academy 8th graders stopped by the FBCC on 9/11.

Seashore Middle Academy students working to help feed others.

Seashore Middle Academy students working to help feed others.

Students helping out the FBCC. Thanks Seashore Middle Academy.

Students helping out the FBCC. Thanks Seashore Middle Academy.

Seashore Middle Academy 8th graders working hard at the FBCC. Thanks for your help.

Seashore Middle Academy 8th graders working hard at the FBCC. Thanks for your help.

Moody High School Students with the NJROTC Program volunteer their time to the FBCC. Photo by: Amy Gazin

Moody High School Students with the NJROTC Program volunteer their time.

Volunteers roll up their sleeves. Photo by: Amy Gazin

Volunteers roll up their sleeves. Photo by: Amy Gazin

Students from Moody High School help sort through food items at the FBCC. Photo by: Amy Gazin

Students from Moody High School help sort through food items at the FBCC. Photo by: Amy Gazin

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