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Food + Fund Drive Kit

Thank you for organizing a food and fund drive to help fight hunger in our community. As need continues to grow, food drives become increasingly important. 


Food and Fund Drive KitOur step-by-step food and fund drive kit gives you all the information you need to run a successful food drive, from how to get started, to most wanted foods, to a helpful checklist and report form.

Download the kit .        



Once you've read through the kit and planned your food and fund drive, please let us know by registering your drive online.


Most Wanted FoodsDownload our food and fund drive poster
Posters can be a great way to promote your food and fund drive.


 2014 Annual Report2014 Annual Report

Oregon Food Bank's annual report shares the results of our work to fight hunger during fiscal year 2013-14. 


Read the 2014 report.




Snapshot of Hunger in Oregon

A Snapshot of Hunger in Oregon
A sheet of graphs and statistics that tell the story of hunger in Oregon and summarize Oregon Food Bank's service statistics and demographics.

Read the 2013 report.



Questions?

Email eventscoordinator@oregonfoodbank.org.

 

Top 10 food drives 
October 2014

  1. Anonymous  6400 lbs.
  2. Beaverton Police Dept.  2335 lbs.
  3. Fiserv  1371 lbs.
  4. Encore Sales & Marketing  1331 lbs.
  5. Touchstone Elementary School  1123 lbs.
  6. Trane Oregon  871 lbs.
  7. Bank of America Home Loans (97124)  720 lbs.
  8. Lloyd Center  785 lbs.
  9. Motorcycle Travel America, LLC  776 lbs.
  10. Francis Center  791 lbs.

Donate online

by mail:
Oregon Food Bank
P.O. Box 55370
Portland, OR 97238

or by phone:
503-853-8727