There are approximately 75 dedicated volunteers (this number includes students who help with preparation in their school) and Sask Abilities Quality of Life Program, to whom RFFL owes its' success. These people are responsible for everything from lunch or snack preparation, baking cookies and muffins, grocery shopping, preparing food orders, fundraising, and being part of our volunteer Board of Directors.

There are four employed positions; a part time General Manager who oversees all the program adminstration, a part time Food Services Coordinator who prepares menus, buys, and distributes groceries,  a part time Cook at a local school, and a part time Assistant Food Service Coordinator who supervises the volunteers, bakes, cooks and assists with duties as assigned by the Food Service Coordinator.

If you would like to volunteer or join our Board of Directors,  please contact us.