How is it possible that $1 can help provide 5 meals?
Unlike walking into a grocery store and paying retail prices for food, the Food Bank works directly with major manufacturers, retailers and other partners locally and across the country to secure safe, healthy food that would otherwise go to waste.
Will I get a receipt for my donation?
Yes, once your donation has been processed, you will receive a confirmation letter and/or emailed receipt that you can keep for your personal records.
Can I make a donation in someone’s honor/in memory of a loved one?
Yes. More and more people are choosing alternative gift options for birthdays, holidays, memorials and many other occasions. Visit our Tribute Giving page
to learn more.
How can I be removed from the mailing list or email list?
Please call us at 412-460-3663 ext. 490 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
to request removal from our mailing list. Please note that our mailings are prepared well in advance so please accept our apologies if you still receive some items after this change goes into effect. We can also reduce the amount of mail you receive from us. There are various options for reduced mailings, and we welcome your call to discuss these options with us.
How do I change my monthly giving method of payment, monthly amount, or stop payment?
If you are an online monthly donor, you may visit this page
to create or access your account and update online. You can also call us at 412-460-3663 ext. 490 to update over the phone. For your security, we do not recommend you send changes or updates to your credit card by postal mail or email.
Do you accept gifts of stock?
Yes! Gifts of appreciated stock or securities are a smart way to make a gift to the Food Bank while providing financial benefits to you. You can use our free online tool
to transfer stocks in less than five minutes or provide the Food Bank’s brokerage information to your broker:Charles Schwab & Co., Inc.
P.O. Box 628291
Orlando, FL 32862-8291
Account Number: 8105-0844
How do I make a gift from my IRA?
If you’re 70½ years or older, you (and a spouse) may contribute up to $100,000 annually to the charities of your choice from your Roth or Traditional IRA as a qualified charitable distribution (QCD). While not tax-deductible, QCDs count towards your required minimum distribution (RMD) upon you reaching your 72nd year. Use our free online tool
to learn more and complete your QCD within minutes.
How can I make a product donation?
If you are an individual or group and you wish to donate grocery products or host a food drive, visit our Food and Fund Drives page
. If you are a restaurant, cafeteria, retail grocery store or other food industry or food service company–please reach out to our Community Food Connections team by email at email@example.com
or by phone at 412-460-1360.