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The Mid-Ohio Food Bank is accepting volunteers once again

The Mid-Ohio Food Bank is accepting volunteers once again

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The Mid-Ohio Food Bank needs your help.

The Ohio National Guard was assisting the Grove City location during COVID, but will end its help Aug. 7. At that time, the Food Bank is going to need your able body to volunteer again.

“As of August 1, we plan to bring volunteers back into our Grove City facility in order to maintain the levels of service and production necessary to serve those in need,” said Elizabeth Garrabrant, director of volunteer services at the MOFB. 


Due to COVID-19, the Food Bank wasn’t able to have volunteers. Now, with safety precautions in place, volunteers will be allowed back at the Food Bank if they wear a mask while working and when around others.

You can sign up yourself or in a group by clicking here. Small-sized groups up to 12, medium-sized groups up to 25, and large-sized groups up to 40 will be permitted to sign up.

The MOFB typically has over 700 open volunteer slots a week at its Grove City facility alone. Volunteer slots last anywhere from two to four hours long. The Mid Ohio Food Bank is part of the Mid-Ohio Food Collective, which is also comprised of the Mid-Ohio Farm, the Mid-Ohio Farmacy, the Mid-Ohio Market, and the Mid-Ohio Kitchen. For more information visit the website here.


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