Oregon Food Bank – Tillamook County Services distributes food to 30 hunger-relief agencies and programs throughout the county.
Hunger in Tillamook County is on the rise. Last year, OFB – Tillamook County Services distributed 630,000 pounds of food to hungry individuals and families.
In addition to providing emergency food, OFB – Tillamook County services offers partner agencies technical and financial support and provides SNAP (food stamp) and nutrition outreach.
In order to better serve the need for emergency food in Tillamook County, OFB – Tillamook County Services recently moved to a new, larger facility.
The new building allows the regional food bank to better serve the community by:
- Expanding freezer and cooler space to allow for greater distribution of nutritious, perishable food
- Expanding dry storage space, allowing the branch to accept larger food donations and to distribute more food throughout the community
- Expanding space for volunteer participation to help sort, repack and move food more efficiently
View photos of the new facility.
Donate funds online to support Oregon Food Bank - Tillamook County Services.
To donate food or volunteer, contact Mis Carlson-Swanson at 503-842-3154.
Plant a Row to help fight hunger!
Tillamook County Services needs produce donations. Contact us for more information about where to donate your bounty.
Support local farms
Read the North Coast Food Guide, developed by our partners at Food Roots, to learn about local food resources in Tillamook and Clatsop counties.
Summer meals for kids
The Grub Club offers free summer meals for children when school is out. Learn more and find a location near you.
Physical address: 1760 Wilson River Loop, Tillamook
Mail to: P.O. Box 1344
Tillamook, OR 97141-1344
Phone: 503-842-3154, Ext. 1, 2 or 3
Counties served: Tillamook
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