Burnsville Food Shelf, Family Resource Center Volunteer and Warehouse
Burnsville Resource Center and Food shelf
Our Family Resource Center in Burnsville serves as an open, welcoming place for community members to gather, work with volunteers and staff, and plan their paths to success. Staff and volunteers build trusting relationships with individuals and families to identify and remove barriers to help long-term self-sufficiency.
Our volunteers: Greet customers, staff, and guests. Answer phone calls, connect customers to resources, assist customers with scheduling appointments, meet with customers when they come for food shelf appointments and complete necessary paperwork. We ask volunteers to be willing to commit to one four hour shift per week.
Burnsville Food Shelf
Our food shelf provides immediate aid to individuals and families and gives them access to resources to help them reach long-term self-sufficiency.
We currently do not have any open shifts for our Burnsville Resource Center and Food Shelf. Please check back as this changes frequently.
360 Communities Burnsville Food Shelf has a volunteer opportunity in our Food Shelf warehouse helping when our food delivery and/or donations come in. Responsibilities include: receive donations and deliveries, weigh incoming food, sort the food, check expiration dates on food times and other miscellaneous duties as assigned. Must be able to lift up to about 30 pounds. Training will be provided.
Volunteer shifts available:
- Monday morning shift, 8:45 am – 12:30 pm
- Tuesday afternoon shift, 12:30 pm – 4:30 pm
- Our food shelf is always in need of paper and/or plastic bags to be used for groceries. Please feel free to drop off any gently used and clean bags to the food shelf located at 501 E. Hwy 13, Suite 102, Burnsville, which is kitty-corner across Hwy 13 from the Burnsville High School. We are open Monday through Friday between the hours of 9 am and 4 pm, or you can leave them outside the main door after hours and over the weekend.
- We are always in need of product donations. The top 5 food items are canned fish & meat, cooking and baking items, peanut butter, canned fruits and vegetables plus rice, pasta and cereals. Additionally, we are always in need of: baby items (food, formula, diapers and wipes, cleaning supplies and hygiene items (deodorant, toothpaste/tooth brush, shampoo, conditioner, soap, etc). You are welcome to drop off items to our food shelf Monday through Friday between the houses of 9 am and 4 pm.