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Macomb Community Action
Health and Community Services
21885 Dunham Road, Suite 10, Clinton Township, MI 48036
(586) 469-6999

Volunteer Opportunities

Macomb Food Program - Volunteers Needed

Macomb Food Progarm

Volunteers are needed at the Macomb Food Program's warehouse to sort and re-box donated food products that will be distributed to its network of 55 pantry distribution sites.Volunteers will sort the food at the warehouse by major food type from large 4' x 4' Gaylord totes into smaller manageable size boxes. Sorters should be able to read and follow simple directions. Sorters cannot wear shorts or open toe shoes. It is helpful, but not necessary, if sorters could lift approximately 35 pound boxes.

Schedule of available times for food sorters: Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Please call 586-469-6004 to schedule a time to volunteer.

Meals on Wheels - Volunteers Needed

Many people know Meals on Wheels as a food delivery service for the homebound. However, what they don't know is how impactful the moments of contact between the volunteer and the recipient can be. For many seniors, the volunteer who drops off their meal is the only person they will see that day. The delivery isn't just about nourishment, it's about a valuable moment of human connection. In turn, it's those moments of human connection that make volunteering so rewarding.

Volunteers are needed throughout Macomb County. If you're interested in volunteering, please call (586) 469-5228 or sign-up using the online form.

Please click here to view the list of volunteer requirements and duties.

Volunteer for Head Start!

Head Start is a free preschool program for income eligible families with three and four year old children. There are 49 classrooms located all over the county that would love to have volunteers to help with the children. Here are some of the activities volunteers can help with in the classroom:

  • Read with individual children
  • Work in the art area (cutting, painting, gluing)
  • Assist in the table top toy area
  • Assist children with learning skills of zipping, buttoning, tie shoelaces
  • Assist at the wood working table
  • Play games with children that foster literacy skills
  • Assist in the computer area
  • Share a special talent, hobby or interest
  • Story-telling

Please call Kristin of Head Start at (586) 469-5215 for more information about volunteering for Head Start. You may also email