How to Help

Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative relies on the generosity of individuals and organizations within the community.  You can show your support by clicking on the link below and making your donation.  The Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative (Council of Churches) is a registered 501 (c)3 organization and donations are tax-deductible as allowed by federal and state law. To make a donation by check, please make checks payable to the Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative and send to: 95 Pine Street, Attleboro, MA 02703


At the Interfaith Collaborative, we are “Doing together what one can not do alone”. Our programs and ministries depend on the efforts of over 500 active volunteers. Volunteers are a vital part of the our  mission and programs. Below are some potential opportunities, please consider how you would like to help.   Thank you for your support and interest. You can reach us at  (508)222-2933 or


Kids Summer Café – help prepare and serve free bagged lunches to kids in a neighborhood park weekday(s) 11am – 1pm


Special Events – help plan and organize fundraising events or help out on the day of the event.


Food Pickup- strong body, mid-day availability, once a month


House of Worship and Youth Group Activities – Crop Hunger Walk (Sept-Oct.), Homeless Awareness Weekend (Nov.), SOUPER Bowl (Jan.)


Food Drives – help others plan and implement a food drive


Serve in Food n’ Friends Kitchens – limited availability, minimum age 12 yrs. old


Worship committee –  Interfaith Thanksgiving Service and Faith Advisory/ Leadership Council


Outreach Activities – attend community fairs and events or visit community churches, organizations and businesses to speak about the Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative important programs – supported and accompanied by a staff or board member.

 Volunteer Information Sheet


Attleboro Area Interfaith Collaborative

Volunteer Application

Your Name (required)

Your Address

Your Phone Number

Your Email (required)

Which area is of interest?
Family CafeKids Summer CafeSpecial EventsFood PickupFood DriveYouth ActivitiesDaily KitchensOffice AssistanceInterfaith CommitteesSpecial EventsOther

What frequency of commitment are you looking for?
Once timeWeeklyMonthlyQuarterly

Please describe your skills and interests:

Your Skills/Interests

Whenever direct work with children is involved, adult volunteers will be required to have an approved background check CORI,(Criminal Offender Record Information).

I agree to follow all policies/ procedures of the Attleboro Area Council of Churches


2 thoughts on “How to Help

  1. Hello,
    My name is Matthew Tessitore and my wife and I along with our two children, 12 and 13 years of age, would be interested in volunteering with Food and Friends. We would be particularly interested in helping serve food, but I know that space is limited and we are open to other volunteer opportunities. If you could get back to us regarding what areas you think we could best serve the needs of Food and Friends we would greatly appreciate it.

    Thank you,
    Matthew Tessitore

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