Community Service: Food Lifeline

Join your fellow Seattle Carolina Club members on Tar Heel Service Day to organize and pack meals for Food Lifeline Saturday, Oct. 12.

Registration deadline is Oct. 8.

Fourteen volunteer spots are available for the 9-11:30 a.m. shift at the organization’s Hunger Solution Center, 815 S. 96th St., Seattle. Please sign up now for this opportunity to help our community.

When you receive your registration confirmation email, please add your name and contact information here to help us arrange carpools.

Food Lifeline

Food Lifeline retrieves surplus food from farmers, manufacturers, grocery stores, restaurants, and retailers, which is repackaged by volunteers and distributed to food banks, shelters, and meal programs throughout Western Washington.

Volunteer Details

  • Arrive at least 10 minutes early.
  • Carpool, if possible: Parking is limited
  • Wear closed-toe shoes
  • Dress in layers: The warehouse is cold.
  • Volunteers must be able to stand the full session.
  • Light lifting and some  bending may be required.
  • Volunteers under age 18 must have a signed parent/guardian consent form


After registering, please contact David Mayer ’94, club community service coordinator, at to help him track signups.

Tar Heel Service Day

Tar Heel Service Day is held in conjunction with University Day, which honors the founding of the nation’s first public university in 1793. Activities celebrating the event occur on October 12, the date recognizing the laying of the cornerstone of Old East.

Follow the Seattle Carolina Club on our social network pages: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram and by subscribing to our local listserv email via the UNC GAA or by sending a message to





October 12, 2019
9 am — 11:30 am
815 S. 96th St., Seattle