Resources, Information & Action to #EmergeStronger in the Wake of COVID-19
The coronavirus has closed schools and community centers, creating a gap in meals for countless kids. Seniors, people with chronic conditions and those with compromised immune systems face higher risks in public spaces — forcing many to remain at home. At Oregon Food Bank, we are committed first and foremost to the health and safety of our community — to our clients, volunteers, staff and the broader foodstream. And we’re taking aggressive steps to ensure well-being and meet the evolving needs of people facing hunger at this time.