Volunteer with City of Good

Help put good food in the hands of neighbors who need it

Food Program opportunities

City of Good partners with local growers, markets, and restaurants to bring fresh produce, diverse shelf stable food, and prepared meals to neighbors in our community that are experiencing food and nutrition insecurity. Volunteer needs vary, and include jobs such as farm support, produce and shelf stable food delivery, meal pickups, and fuel kit assembly + delivery. View available shifts and sign up here. For questions or more information, please email [email protected].

We are so grateful for the many dedicated volunteers that help make our programs run smoothly every week!

Cafe Shakespeare

Tuesdays through Sundays from 5:45pm-8pm

Did you know? Cafe Shakespeare is now managed by City of Good! Cafe Shakespeare volunteers will help guests find the right line to order or pick up their meals, answer questions about the menu and the mission of City of Good, keep the patio tidy, clear dishes and replace dish bins, and take out patio trash after dinner service. This shift requires volunteers to be on their feet for more than 2 hours at a time. Once your shift is over, City of Good will provide you with a drink and menu item of your choice, plus you’re able to sit and enjoy that evening’s performance! Sign up for a shift here.

September 5, 21, and 28

City of Good is looking for help at a few of our special events held at Cafe Shakespeare in September. We are looking for volunteers who can help with serving guests and cleaning up at the end of events. Interested? Email [email protected]


“I have absolutely loved participating in the City of Good throughout this crazy time! As the communication bridge between the restaurants and schools, I have gained a new respect for chefs and teachers alike. To witness how they have both so gracefully adapted to make sure our kids and families are fed, while supporting our local farms and resources is truly inspiring. I am honored to have been a part of this amazing program from the beginning stages and I can’t wait to see how it will continue to grow.”

Emily, City of Good Volunteer