Ambassadors are integral in engaging the community around Philabundance’s mission to relieve hunger now and end hunger for good, serving as an extension of our dedicated staff.
What is an Ambassador?
Ambassadors are volunteers who represent Philabundance at a variety of events and donation presentations, helping us to convey our gratitude to donors and supporters. They may also participate in speaking engagements on behalf of Philabundance, with the goal of educating people on our work.
Ambassadors have a passion for community and engaging others around the issue of food insecurity.
Ambassadors advocate on behalf of the people we serve by sharing information on the issues around food insecurity and how Philabundance helps support our neighbors in need.
Through these engagement touchpoints, Ambassadors excite and inspire the community to get involved in the fight against hunger.
The Ambassador program is open to anyone ages 18 and up.
While prior knowledge of the issues surrounding food insecurity is a plus, it is not required! We offer extensive training and coaching to prepare you for your role in representing Philabundance.
The primary role of an Ambassador is to engage with the public. Interested candidates should be comfortable with public speaking and engaging crowds.
Night and weekend availability is required due to the majority of events and engagements taking place during these times.
The average time commitment of an Ambassador is 3-4 events per year.
Interested in learning about our other volunteer opportunities? Please visit our volunteer page to see a calendar of volunteer events.
Please contact our Volunteer Department to learn more and set up an interview for an Ambassador position by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org