Feed My People Volunteers
Volunteering isn’t just about giving. In fact, most volunteers will tell you they receive far more than they give.
If you would like to join our volunteer family, but don’t know where to begin, we can help match your skills, passions, and schedule with a rewarding position at one of our locations.
Inside Chatter Newsletter
What's going on at FMP? Who's celebrating 1, 5, 10, 15, 20 and 25 years of service?
How can you connect with friends and ZOOM with us?
Read the latest addition of the Inside Chatter Newsletter ~ January-March 2021 edition ~
Want to volunteer with a group?
Only available 1 day a month?
Need to complete service hours for school or confirmation?
Want to help plan an FMP event?
Feed My People has a wide range of volunteer opportunities to fit everyone. If you would like to join our volunteer family, but don’t know where to begin, we can help match your skills, passions, and schedule with a rewarding position at one of our locations.
To volunteer or learn more, call or email: Stephanie Berberich at 314-631-4900 ext. 315 EMAIL
Volunteers are one of Feed My People’s most valuable resources. The more than 400 Feed My People volunteers are the thoughtful citizens who make this community a better place to live, one activity at a time. Imagine what our lives would be like without all of those committed volunteers who provide food, clothing, counseling, and other services to those who are less fortunate throughout the year.
These Feed My People heroes shine their light on others during this crisis, showing up and feeding those in need. The need is great, but so is the courage and dedication of the Feed My People heroes. Join us in thanking them for their service by leaving a message below.
Celebrating the our Volunteers at South County during Hearts of Service Appreciation Week. Thank you for your unfailing service to Feed My People. We couldn't do this work without each and every one of you.
We loved having the Ursuline Academy ladies on site and helping at both FMP Thrift Stores. Thank you for your generous hearts and helping hands. We are so grateful for all your help today. Come see us again!
Special thanks to our volunteers, Michael Robinson from St. Louis University High School and Marie Blassie along with her mom and sister, for taking care of our neighbors in need last weekend!
Celebrating Jessye Spieckerman on her 95th Birthday with a lovely luncheon.
Jessye has been a loyal, loveable, and valuable volunteer at the High Ridge thrift store since 2007. Happy Birthday Jessye!
The Borchatdt’s from Assumption Catholic Church volunteering at the South County food pantry. Marybeth, Linda, Sam and Ben, working on Ben's confirmation project, learned that it takes lots of teamwork to feed those who need food help. Thank you and come back again, we loved having you.
Schedule a volunteer opportunity for your group HERE
Feed My People honored our dedicated volunteers during a Volunteer Appreciation Week and Luncheons.
This years Volunteer Appreciation Week wrapped up with luncheons at both locations where all of FMP's volunteers were celebrated and awards were presented to some outstanding volunteers.
2018 Volunteer of the Year - Glenda Price
2019 Volunteer of the Year - Dennis Wilbers
2019 Heart Award - Jane Duchow
2019 Volunteer of the Year - Diana Rudloff
2019 Heart Award - Nelson Sansing
2019 George Huber Memorial Heart Award - Harmony Fellowship Church
Thank you to these great volunteers from Athleti.Care Physical Therapy
for helping in the South County Thrift store on Saturday.
You really rocked it for us!
High Ridge 2019 Award Recipients
- Heart Award
- Jane Duchow
- Volunteer Year
- Dennis Wilbers
South County 2019 Award Recipients
- Heart Award
- W. Nelson Sansing
- Volunteer Year
- Diana Rudloff
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