If you're looking to donate some of your time to help out a worthy cause, this is definitely something to check out - Missoula Food Bank is currently looking for 45 new volunteers in all kinds of different positions. With COVID cases rising in Montana and no real end in sight for the pandemic, demand for the food bank has been steadily on the rise.

If you're looking to help out, the food bank is going to need assistance in areas like working in the food pantry, packaging school snacks, weekend meals for students, home delivery programs for seniors, and working in the onsite child-learning center.

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45 is a big number, but that's exactly how much operations need to expand - and the sooner it can happen, the better. They've already been harder at work than ever before because of the pandemic, and now the holidays are right around the corner, which is their busiest time of year.  And it doesn't take up too much of your time either: they say that most volunteers for the food bank offer up about two to four hours a week.

If you're looking to learn a little more about what the Missoula Food Bank does or you want to get in contact with them about volunteering, you can visit them at their website right here.

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