Host a Food & Fund Drive

To ensure everyone has access to safe, nutritious food in the wake of COVID-19, Oregon Food Bank distributes to hard-hit communities throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington through 21 regional food banks and more than 1,400 food assistance sites. Prior to the pandemic, 1 in 11 Oregonians were food insecure. Today, nearly 1 in 5 of our neighbors face hunger.

Our vision for resilient communities that never go hungry is only possible through the strength of our community partnerships. Join us in the fight to end hunger and its root causes for good!

To meet the evolving needs of communities facing hunger during the pandemic, we have shifted our food sourcing and distribution priorities — including a temporary hold on all consumer-donated food. Please contact your local food pantry or meal site to see if they can accept donations. Find your local pantry at oregonfoodfinder.org.

Host a fundraiser to help raise critical funds for Oregon Food Bank to distribute food throughout the Network and address the systemic inequities that fuel hunger. 

No matter your cause, if you are a community member looking to support Oregon Food Bank, tell us more about your efforts by filling out the community giving request form.

Looking for other ways to get involved?

Reach out to our Corporate and Community Relations Team at communitygiving@oregonfoodbank.org to learn more!

Corporate engagement – Whether you’re a corporation, small business, community group or family foundation, your many ways of support directly impact our neighbors facing food insecurity in Oregon and Clark County, WA.  Click here to find more information:  oregonfoodbank.org/give/institutions

COVID-19 UPDATE: Oregon Food Bank is committed first and foremost to the health and safety of our community — to our clients, volunteers, staff and the broader foodstream. We’ve taken a number of important steps to hold these priorities at the center of our response to coronavirus, including rigorous social distancing practices, aggressive sanitization standards, and adjustments in staff and volunteer allocations to better support local food assistance sites.

Our response efforts also require a shift in food sourcing and distribution priorities to keep nutritious food flowing to hard-hit communities throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington. 

In donating food to your local food assistance site, please be mindful of appropriate social distancing, hand washing, wear face coverings at all times, and adhere to all safety precautions put in place.