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Corporate Partnerships

  • Corporate donor of the month: Regence

    October 1, 2014

    Thank you, Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon for engaging in hunger relief by donating food, time and money to our collective community effort. Regence employees provided 1,355 meals through a food drive and volunteered a total of 359 hours repacking food. In addition, Regence and their employees made substantial financial contributions to Oregon Food Bank. These elements alone established a position in the coveted Corporate Donor of the Month program, however, there is a deeper thread that entwines Regence and Oregon Food Bank that bears mention.

  • Corporate Donor of the Month: Fred Meyer

    September 1, 2014

    Fred Meyer Stores continue to engage employees and customers in the fight against hunger at every level. Donations of food, funds, time, event sponsorship and relationships are a tremendous source of support for OFB’s mission.

  • Corporate donor of the month: Wells Fargo

    May 1, 2014

    Thank you Wells Fargo, your employees, customers, and friends for supporting Oregon Food Bank.  Wells Fargo has been instrumental in supporting the Oregon Food Bank Network by donating food, funds and volunteer hours and we are very grateful. 

  • Corporate Donor of the Month: Pacific Foods

    April 1, 2014

    Pacific Foods never forgets its neighbors.  The Tualatin-based company is a true partner in fighting hunger locally, always happy to share.  They regularly donate soups, broths, and beverages to Oregon Food Bank’s warehouse.

  • Corporate donor of the month: Nike

    March 1, 2014

    Nike earns the top spot for March due to their inclusive food, funds and friends partnership with Oregon Food Bank. Their creativity shines, their enthusiasm is catching and the efforts are greatly appreciated. Thank you Nike and Nike employees.

  • Regence Chooses Oregon Food Bank as 2014 Community Partner

    February 3, 2014

    Oregon Food Bank is honored to be selected as a 2014 Regence Community Partner Organization (CPO), continuing into our fourth year of partnership. Regence’s CPO program directs both financial and employee volunteerism support toward game-changing impacts for its nonprofit partners.

  • Corporate donor of the month: Bank of America

    January 7, 2014
    We thank you, Bank of America (BofA), and your employees, customers, and friends who tirelessly support Oregon Food Bank.

    Locally, BofA employees engage to help with hunger relief. They donate their time (over 1,100 volunteer hours in FY 2013), their financial resources through company sponsorship and employee giving as well as through food drives at branch locations.

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    Corporate donor of the month: PGE

    December 5, 2013

    PGE works collaboratively nonprofits and other organizations in an effort to meet the needs of their community and achieve their business goals. With great consideration, they invest in programs and sponsor events that reflect their customers’ values, employees’ community interests, and their company’s business priorities.


  • Providence

    Corporate donor of the month: Providence

    November 6, 2013

    Through innovation, excellence, good stewardship and working together through their organization, Providence continues to lead change to improve the health of our communities.

    The Providence Mission reaches out beyond the walls of care settings to touch lives in the places where relief, comfort and care are needed. Their community benefit spending is about treating not just the patient and family, but the total health of the community.

  • Intel

    Corporate donor of the month: Intel

    June 11, 2013

    Last year Intel employees volunteered 2,581 hours at Oregon Food Bank, more than any other corporate partner. That’s just one of the ways that Intel brings its strong culture of community involvement to life through strong partnership with Oregon Food Bank and many other community nonprofits.

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