Volunteer at the South Plains Food Bank

Peter Bergstein is an active member of his community and maintains involvement in multiple organizations, including the Lubbock Rotary Club, the Red Raider Organization, and the American Private Pilot Association. Additionally, Peter Bergstein enjoys charity work and supports the Texas Boy’s Ranch and the South Plains Food Bank.

Located in Lubbock, Texas, the South Plains Food Bank (SPFB) is a nonprofit organization committed to addressing and alleviating hunger. The organization secures, grows, and distributes food to charities and individuals in need while also offering opportunities to help people break out of poverty. The nonprofit was founded in 1983 and serves a 20-county area in West Texas through partnerships with 220 agencies and churches.

As a nonprofit, the SPFB often relies on the generous support of volunteers. Volunteers are needed to prepare food for distribution, which involves sorting, packaging, and packing donated food. Volunteers also help in the kitchen or work at the reception desk. Additionally, volunteers can contribute at various special events or partner with other nonprofits, including the Second Helpings and Kids Café programs.

Volunteer hours are available Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and on select Saturdays. To find out more, visit http://www.spfb.org/volunteer.

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