SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The San Francisco-Marin Food Bank needs volunteers, they say their help is low considering the holiday season is approaching.
Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, SF-Marin Food Bank has ratcheted up its fulfillment of resources to the communities they serve.
Doubling the households, the bank reaches to 60,000 and providing nearly 1.3 million meals every week.
This massive undertaking has left the food bank with a dire need for volunteers.
According to our media partner the Marin I-J, the food bank has 60 open slots for volunteers at its San Rafael warehouse and 38 slots to work at its six pop-up pantries in Marin county.
The organization emphasizes the need for workers during the weekdays. Volunteers are welcome from ages 11 and up, visit their site to learn more.
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