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Support our partners working for equity and justice

Oregon Food Bank works together with our anti-hunger allies to build stronger, more resilient communities that never know hunger. Follow the links below to learn about some of our closest partners in the effort to address the unfair systems that lead to hunger and remove barriers to employment, affordable housing, health care and more.

Featured partner: Black Mental Health Oregon

Black Mental Health Oregon is working to stop the stigmas that prevent communities of color from receiving mental health services. They create courageous conversations about mental health and build awareness through peer advocacy and support.

As part of their work, they run a free food market at a church, in partnership with Oregon Food Bank. Taunya Golden-David, founder and CEO of Black Mental Health Oregon, started the market during the pandemic to meet the growing need for food while making sure our communities have access to resources that support safety and health.

More featured partners

Immigrant Mutual Aid Coalition

The Immigrant Mutual Aid Coalition (IMAC) is a partnership of members from local immigrant rights and social justice organizations including the Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice (IMIrJ), American Friends Service Committee (AFSC), Causa, Never Again Action, PCUN, Familias en Accion and others.

Muslim Educational Trust

To help meet the need for emergency food supplies during COVID-19, the Muslim Educational Trust distributed food to more than 7,500 Metro-area families of all faiths. Each emergency food box helps feed a family of five for more than a month.

Food Roots

Food Roots is growing a robust and equitable food system on Oregon’s north coast. They operate a local food hub called FarmTable and, as a result of the pandemic, launched an online marketplace and delivery service for people experiencing food insecurity.

Esther's Pantry

Esther’s Pantry provides food and personal care items to people living with HIV. At the start of COVID-19, they opened their doors to the entire community. They also host a monthly trans and nonbinary-focused pantry day, in partnership with Oregon Food Bank.

Pineros y Campesinos Unidos del Noroeste (PCUN)

PCUN is building a stronger voice for Latinx workers in Oregon, from farmworkers to young folks to families, to collectively improve well-being and increase prosperity for all. PCUN’s work includes building community and increasing Latinx representation in elections and policy advocacy, both nationally and in Oregon.

FOOD for Lane County

FOOD for Lane County alleviates hunger by creating access to food. In response to COVID-19, they distributed thousands of special Farm to Family food boxes, set up weekly mobile food pantries and increased distribution of Children’s Weekend Snack Packs for children.

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Support: Partner Services

We use our events, we use our food bank, we use any avenue we can to bring up the conversation about mental health and make it normal.

Taunya, Black Mental Health Oregon
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