Volunteers for Food Pantry
“Those who bring sunshine to the lives of others cannot keep it from
- James Matthew Barrie
JFCS Just 3 Things Food Pantry
JFCS Just 3 Things Food Pantry needs non-perishable food, cleaning supplies,
and personal care items. You can drop off items at JFCS (4747 N 7th St,
Suite 110, Phoenix, AZ 85014) Monday-Friday 8am-1pm at the bin located
in the lobby.
Most needed items:
- Powdered milk
- Canned meat, vegetables & beans
- Cooking oil
- Fruit cups
- Personal Hygeine
- Granola bars
- Toilet paper
- Laundry detergent
- Disinfectant wipes
- Dish Soap
Social Distancing Option:
If you are unable to leave your home right now, but would still like to
contribute, you can make a monetary donation to our
Emergency Assistance Fund or purchase items on our
JFCS Just 3 Things Amazon Wish List and have them shipped directly to JFCS.
Food Pantry Volunteers
The Just Three Things program was born out of the need to provide food
for the youth transitioning out of the foster care system at our Real
World Job Development Center. Since then, the collection of non-perishable
food has expanded to meet the needs of our clients at the Michael R. Zent
Healthcare Center, West Valley Behavioral Health Clinic, East Valley Healthcare
Center, Glendale Healthcare Center, Shelter Without Walls, and Transition
to Adulthood. Donating “just three things” may seem like a
small act of kindness, but collectively these donations help to assure
that children, teens and adults don’t have to go to bed hungry.
We've created a turn-key
tool kit with for individuals and/or groups to use in coordinating a food drive
benefitting our Just 3 Things food pantry. Included in the tool kit are
tips on getting started as well as samples of promotional materials and
list of food items needed.
Food Pantry Volunteers
Volunteers are needed to collect, organize, and deliver food donations
for our pantries at Real World and the Michael R. Zent Healthcare Center,
West Valley Behavioral Health Clinic, East Valley Healthcare Center, Glendale
Healthcare Center, Shelter Without Walls, and Transition to Adulthood.
Learn the satisfaction of providing food for the underserved people in
our community by participating in this volunteer role.
Food Pantry – Community Liaison
Help us reach out to other community groups by coordinating food drives
to keep our food pantries well stocked. Community Liaisons promote a food
drive, organize the collections and deliver these donations to our food pantries.
Adult Volunteer Application
Teen Volunteer Application
Group Volunteer Application
Contact Lisa Blumstein,
602-567-8383 Ext. 10383 or