Volunteer at the Moore Food & Resource Center 

The Moore Food & Resource Center assists 1,900 families each month from the south Oklahoma City, Moore and Norman areas. Families take home approximately 67 meals, which lasts 6-8 days. In fiscal year 2017, we distributed 1.8 million pounds of food, which equates to 1.5 million meals for our hungry neighbors. 


We need volunteers at the Moore Food & Resource Center! To sign up, select "Food Pantry Distribution - Moore Food Resource Center" in the white box on the right. For more information, please call us at 405-600-3188 or email rdossey@regionalfoodbank.org.

Volunteer roles:

  • Client Support - assist a client in a one on one setting to help ensure a first class experience
  • Sorting/Stocking - maximizing quality and efficiency in providing food to clients 
  • Client Intake - helping clients check in and providing additional resources to the client

Bilingual volunteers are needed!

Volunteer Groups - Select a project, date and time from the Event Listing (right side of page) and submit a Volunteer Group Request.  If you are an individual member of a group who is registering for your scheduled shift, this video tutorial will guide you through the process.

Individual Volunteers - Select a project, date and time from the Event Listing (right side of page), and then follow the prompts or review the step-by-step instructions.

All volunteers under age 18 must have a signed Parental Consent Form.

Attention court-ordered volunteers! You must follow the instructions on this form before your first volunteer shift.  

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Once you've registered, make sure to watch our Volunteer Basics video. This covers safety regulations and will help prepare you for a fun, successful volunteer experience. 


Through July 31, 2018, BancFirst will match all donations made to the Moore Food and Resource Center – up to $10,000.
Once met, this match will provide the equivalent of 100,000 meals for chronically hungry children, hardworking families and seniors with inconsistent access to food in the Moore community.



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