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Together, we are powerful beyond measure

Ending hunger starts with community power and a commitment to ending the unfair systems that create unequal access to food. Through organizing and advocacy, we are amplifying community voices, addressing the root causes of hunger — from racism to sexism to transphobia — and supporting policies that put social justice and equity first.

Join us to work toward a future of equality and abundance for all.

Be a part of community-led change

If you have experienced hunger, you know that our community is often excluded from decisions and processes that affect our lives, friends and families. We are committed to creating new pathways for you to lead in building community power and rallying for real change.

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Join a movement for equity and justice

Hunger is not an individual experience. It’s a symptom of unfair systems that create barriers to employment, affordable housing and health care. Oregon Food Bank is building a movement for change and organizing support for policies that ensure all of us can thrive. To learn more about making your voice heard, download our guide Whose Government? Our Government.

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Help build more equitable local food systems

Support resilient, community-based food systems

Our community-building programs bring people together to build a food system that contributes to community prosperity.

Contact us to learn about hosting a community-building event, or view our calendar to find upcoming opportunities to get involved.

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Contribute to community-led solutions to hunger

Through initiatives like FEAST (Food, Education, Agriculture, Solutions, Together) and the Community Ambassador Program, we are supporting solutions designed by and for communities and centering the needs of people most impacted by systemic oppression.

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Support access to land for farmers of color

To create a more inclusive food system, the Pathways to Farming program, a partnership with Mudbone Grown, supports farmers of color in the Portland metro area with programs and services to help them launch their own agricultural businesses. Learn more about Pathways to Farming.

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I’m so glad we are talking about Pacific Islanders and what’s culturally appropriate food for them. We are here. We want to be recognized.

Sandi, Canby, Oregon
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