Oregon Food Bank works to eliminate hunger and its root causes ... because no one should be hungry.

OFB works with a cooperative, statewide network of partner agencies to distribute emergency food to hungry families. We fight hunger's root causes through public policy advocacy, nutrition and garden education and work to strengthen community food systems.
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This video describes hunger in our communities and urges people to be one who makes a difference in the lives of families who struggle with hunger.

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Nourish Every Body.  
Caring for people, communities and the environment is at the heart of Pacific Foods. Their commitment to Nourish Every Body™ is present in the foods they create, the sustainable and local ingredients they source, and the support they give to food banks and community groups across the region. Pacific Foods cares deeply about hunger in our communities and they are an important and valued partner for Oregon Food Bank and our network of 21 regional food banks and 970 partner agencies across Oregon and Clark County, Washington. 

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News

Not again! SNAP cut hurts struggling adults

January 28, 2016


On April 1, a segment of SNAP participants are at risk of losing their food benefits. Oregon Food Bank is extremely concerned about the impending changes that will impact these SNAP participants in Multnomah and Washington counties. This is the third cut to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) in just over two years. It will particularly hurt those who continue to struggle to find gainful employment. 

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Oregon Food Bank welcomes new head of development, board members

January 25, 2016

Oregon Food Bank announces the hiring of a development director and election of three members to its Board of Directors.  

Oregon Food Bank hired Darrell Yuen as Director of Development, Marketing and Communications. In addition to managing a 30-member team Yuen will provide vision, outline strategy and implement actions to grow financial resources, community engagement and brand awareness. 

Joining the Board of Directors this month are Ron Brake, Owner/President of Marketing Concepts, Northwest and Sarah Opfer, Senior Manager at KPMG. Katie Lauderdale, SUN Site Manager at Centennial High School joins Oregon Food Bank’s Board as an Advisory Representative.  

A complete list of Oregon Food Bank’s Board of Directors and key staff can be found at oregonfoodbank.org