Resources, Information & Action to #EmergeStronger in the Wake of COVID-192020-09-10T15:47:25-07:00

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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.

Learn more about what Oregon Food Bank is doing to ensure we #EmergeStronger.

Help our communities #EmergeStronger.

We’re ready to meet the evolving needs of our community head-on, but we can’t do it without your support. Here are ways you can take action to help us all emerge stronger from the COVID-19 public health crisis.

Find additional information and resources.

Many new programs and resources are available to families affected by the public health and economic crisis. We’ve compiled links to the latest information on unemployment, housing support, health care benefits, child care assistance and more.

Find Community Resources

State and national public health agencies offer up-to-date information on the coronavirus and related prevention efforts:

Food assistance operations are classified as ‘essential services‘ as we work together to #EmergeStronger from COVID19. Find info for food pantries and pick-up sites near you at OregonFoodFinder.org.

Food Industry Partner interested in donating food, supplies or packaging?

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Partner Agency looking for guidance on your COVID-19 response efforts?

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