MLT food banks looking for volunteer drivers

concern for neighbors

The Concern for Neighbors Food Bank in Mountlake Terrace is looking for a few more volunteers to drive their two trucks to collect food donations.

“Drivers must have a valid driver’s license, be at least 25-years-old and able to lift approximately 40 pounds,” said Anne Peterson, Executive Director of the Concern for Neighbors Food Bank.

The food bank collects food from local grocery stores; corporate, club and school food drives; and large food bank organizations like Northwest Harvest and Food Lifeline. Their two trucks are used almost on a daily basis to haul food donations to their operations at 4700-228th St. S.W. in Mountlake Terrace.

Those who are interested in possibly volunteering in a driver’s role are encouraged to contact the food bank by email at or call 425-772-7887.

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