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18 10, 2018

Holiday Cards Now Available!

2018-10-18T09:31:27+00:00

October 18, 2018 - Oregon Food Bank Holiday Cards are now available! Order cards early -- we often sell out. This holiday season, give hope and health to our neighbors struggling with food insecurity by ordering Oregon Food Bank Holiday Cards. These limited edition prints are more than holiday greeting cards; each card [...]

Holiday Cards Now Available!2018-10-18T09:31:27+00:00
10 10, 2018

Protect Oregonians from unfair profiling

2018-10-10T10:09:09+00:00

Oregon Food Bank encourages a “no” vote on Measure 105 October 10, 2018 - This November, Oregonians that care about ending hunger have a job to do—pass policies that support people experiencing hunger and defeat policies that do not. Oregon Food Bank has taken a stance on several ballot measures in the November 2018 election because [...]

Protect Oregonians from unfair profiling2018-10-10T10:09:09+00:00
1 10, 2018

Help lower utility bills and create new jobs

2018-10-01T15:14:40+00:00

Vote “yes” on Measure 26-201 October 1, 2018 - This November, Oregonians that care about ending hunger have a job to do—pass policies that support people experiencing hunger and defeat policies that do not. Oregon Food Bank has taken a stance on specific ballot measures in the November 2018 election because we believe they will [...]

Help lower utility bills and create new jobs2018-10-01T15:14:40+00:00
28 09, 2018

Everyone needs a place to call home – by David Sarasohn

2018-09-28T12:33:08+00:00

If two Oregon ballot measures pass, thousands will have affordable housing September 28, 2018 - For a long time Kathy Hackney, a veteran’s widow with multiple sclerosis, looked at the tents along the roads, and the people walking the streets with all their possessions in shopping bags, and worried about her future. And worse, about [...]

Everyone needs a place to call home – by David Sarasohn2018-09-28T12:33:08+00:00
28 09, 2018

Networked for strength

2018-09-28T10:23:54+00:00

When farmers, ranchers, fishers and others collaborate, the community wins September 27, 2018 - Everyone benefits from a well-organized community food system, but very few think about it or even know what it is. A food system includes all of the activities required to make food available to people, such as production, distribution and consumption. Three [...]

Networked for strength2018-09-28T10:23:54+00:00
26 09, 2018

Improving public health: Nursing students build skills through service learning

2018-10-01T15:21:44+00:00

September 26, 2018 - When people visit a health care provider, they usually end up spending a portion of the time with a nurse. Nurses help put patients at ease and are critical to helping identify problems – especially if a person is experiencing hunger. Three years ago, Oregon Food Bank began a service-learning partnership with [...]

Improving public health: Nursing students build skills through service learning2018-10-01T15:21:44+00:00
25 09, 2018

Bolster our community by voting “yes” on affordable housing

2018-10-01T15:16:34+00:00

Oregon Food Bank endorses Measures 102 & 26-199 September 25, 2018 - This November, Oregonians that care about ending hunger have a job to do—pass policies that support people experiencing hunger and defeat policies that do not. Oregon Food Bank has taken a stance on the following ballot measures in the November 2018 election because [...]

Bolster our community by voting “yes” on affordable housing2018-10-01T15:16:34+00:00
21 09, 2018

Fred Meyer delivers innovative approaches to solving hunger

2018-09-21T12:55:44+00:00

September 21, 2018 - When you think of iconic Oregon grocers, the first that comes to mind is Fred Meyer. Known among its long-time customers as Freddy’s, the store is a northwest institution. But what many don’t know is that Fred Meyer has worked alongside Oregon Food Bank for more than 20 years to eliminate [...]

Fred Meyer delivers innovative approaches to solving hunger2018-09-21T12:55:44+00:00
18 09, 2018

Repealing sanctuary law will increase hunger – By David Sarasohn

2018-09-19T08:31:17+00:00

Oregon Food Bank speaks out in opposition to Measure 105 September 18, 2018 - Long ago, in 1987, Oregon became the first sanctuary state, the first state to declare that state and local resources would not be used to enforce federal immigration laws – that local police should not make any different-looking person they encountered show [...]

Repealing sanctuary law will increase hunger – By David Sarasohn2018-09-19T08:31:17+00:00