The Volunteer Way and its hunger relief partners assist approximately 23,000 families every month by providing them with food and personal items. We give needy individuals hope, a hand up and a kind word when they need it most.
Help your neighbors in Pasco County have a pleasant Thanksgiving filled with food and blessings. The Volunteer Way partners with Pasco County Public Transportation every year to "Stuff the Bus" with food.
Join us November 14 between 8 a.m. and Noon at The Volunteer Way. You can drive through and drop off non-perishable food, frozen turkeys, chickens, or hams.
If you are unable to attend, you can leave the shopping to us by donating money.
HUNGER has many faces:
Our administrative overhead is less than one percent, which means that $.99 of every dollar that we receive goes directly to helping the needy.
We distribute millions pounds of food every year, free of charge, to food pantries, soup kitchens, residential programs, seniors, homeless people, families and other charitable organizations.
The Volunteer Way helps financially insecure individuals meet their basic needs by providing food, personal items, resources, hope and the opportunity for them improve their lives.