Make An Impact

FFEN volunteers are helping food shelves provide

the sustenance and stability of food to

Minnesotans who may otherwise go hungry.

I am really enjoying everything that I am learning at FFEN, as well as the people that I am meeting. This is such a great volunteer opportunity! I am so glad that I found it!”

Julia Sweet,

data analysis volunteer and trainer

Get Involved


Volunteer and intern roles can be highly customizable, with most commitments being project-based. Commitments vary and can be as little as one-and-a-half hours or up to 30 hours, a one-time-event or a monthly commitment. Current positions are posted below, but FFEN is always open to a conversation about unique ways you may be able to support our Minnesota food shelf system.


Data Analyst

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Project Management

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Space Planner Consultant

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Grant Writing and Research

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FFEN seeks to reshape the hunger relief system to provide healthy, equitable, and predictable food options across the state. As a small organization with only two full-time staff members, volunteers are critical in reaching this goal. FFEN is only able to support Minnesota food shelves because of our network of dedicated volunteers who contribute their time and talents to improving food access across the state. FFEN volunteers and interns lend their project management skills and subject area expertise to food shelves so that they can consistently offer more and healthier foods to their clients.

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2022 Minnesota Statewide Survey

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Interested in joining the FFEN team?

Please fill out the form below to get started!

Someone from FFEN will contact you

within 2 business days.