Eliminating food insecurity, and the worry that goes with it, are things we can all do together.
volunteers contribute more than 71,000 hours monthly.
12.5 million lbs.
of healthy produce provided annually.
meals distributed annually.
people served monthly.
How our food bank helps communities
We source healthy food through our partnerships with Feeding America, government agencies, local retailers, food manufacturers and farms, and from community donations.
Food is sourced and delivered to our 125,000 square-foot warehouse facility. We store, pack and distribute meals in our 11-county service area.
Partners pick up food and deliver it to food pantries, meal programs and other social service partners or directly to people in need. We also host direct food distributions.
Larger food deliveries ship directly from our facility to partners for distribution.
A network of partners receive food shipments from the Food Bank for direct distribution to people in need. Partners range from churches and missions to school outreach centers.
Food is delivered to or picked up by individuals and families.
The Food Bank provides direct support through regional mobile pantry distributions, summer meals, child nutrition programming, SNAP and Community Connections work.
Compassion Corner + The Market
Currently, neighbors in need of emergency food can come to the Food Bank and receive help through Compassion Corner. In 2022, The Market opened where neighbors can choose food that fits the needs of their families.