Through more than 200 food pantries, soup kitchens and shelters, and more than 100 outreach program sites, we provide food to tens of thousands of people every month, which translates into approximately 21 million meals per year. How does the Food Bank accomplish this important work on such a large scale? Partnerships.
We depend on the support of financial and food donors as well as volunteers to acquire and distribute large quantities of food.
We also depend on vibrant, community-level partnerships with agencies working on the front line of hunger relief — food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters — who ensure the food is distributed and our neighbors are fed.
If you need assistance or want to lend a hand at your local food pantry, we can help you locate the one nearest you.
If you’re interested in joining our network of partners, we’d love to hear from you.
We Invest In Our Local Partners
With the resources of the donor-supported Agency Capacity Fund, we can invest in our local partners to ensure our collaborative services continue to reach neighbors in need. Thanks to the Manning Family Foundation, donations to support this effort are currently matched, $1 for $1. Make a gift designated to the Agency Capacity Fund and make sure people are fed today… and tomorrow.
Read more about what we accomplished last year with the Agency Capacity Fund.