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Food and fund drives

  • Volunteers, Donors Make Stamp Out Hunger a Big Success

    May 23, 2014

    The National Association of Letter Carriers' Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive brings in 1.1 million pounds statewide. The annual event will help fill the summer gap for many families in need.

  • Aequitas Capital Donates 75 Tons of Food to Oregon Food Bank

    December 30, 2013
    A month-long corporate challenge has resulted in about 75 tons of food for Oregon Food Bank (OFB) from the rapidly growing financial services firm Aequitas Capital.

    The 130-person Lake Oswego-based firm, which specializes in alternative investments such as corporate private credit, formed teams around company executives for a four-week campaign that featured incentives, special challenges and engaging neighbor businesses.

    In all, cash and food donations equated to about three fully loaded semi-trucks, enough for OFB and its partners to provide 150,000 meals. Additionally, the Aequitas Capital staff spent approximately 64 hours volunteering at OFB and OFB West.
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    Holiday food drives help fight hunger

    November 3, 2011
    Every month, more than 260,000 Oregonians need emergency food boxes, 85,000 of which are children. You can help. Thanks to OFB's community partners, there are many ways to get involved.

    Fill the Bag - November 14 to December 31
    Make food donations at any Jiffy Lube location.

    Safeway Holiday Food Drive - November 16 to December 24
    Visit your Safeway store to purchase $10 grocery bags to donate to Oregon Food Bank Network partner agencies.

    Fred Meyer Food Drive - November 16 to December 24
    Donate food at any Portland-area Fred Meyer store.
  • Group gets a kick out of helping others

    Did you know that the Guiness World Record for the longest kickball game was recently set here in Portland?

    In addition to playing kickball for more than 33 hours, Portland kickball players also raised food and funds for OFB.
  • How you can make a difference this holiday season


    There is still time to improve the lives of your neighbors and community this year. Here is how you can help:

    Run a Food & Fund Drive: Organize a food and fund drive in your community in six easy steps. Learn more.

    Start a Virtual Fund Drive: Our Virtual Fund Drive allows you or your group to fight hunger online. Get started.

    Make a donation: Your gift will provide food and education for our neighbors in need and to support all of Oregon Food Bank’s hunger ending activities. $5=15 meals. Donate now.

  • Retirement community raises funds for OFB

    Thanks to exceptional efforts of residents, staff, guests and local business owners, a Washington County retirement community raised nearly $7,600 for Oregon Food Bank.
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