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Oregon Food Bank is closely monitoring the Coronavirus situation

As our communities deal with the outbreak of COVID-19, commonly called Coronavirus, Oregon Food Bank is closely monitoring the situation and building contingency plans to keep food moving to partner community food programs and Free Food Markets. Regional food banks and partner agencies may contact Danny Faccinetti with questions regarding preparations and potential impact.

Oregon Food Bank also hosts large numbers of volunteers every week in our central warehouse; as health conditions shift we will be guided by advice from the Oregon Health Authority and may adjust our volunteer, education or other community engagement gatherings in the coming weeks.

We will post any changes to volunteer events on our website with at least four hours notice. Please contact our Volunteer Team to confirm details prior to your planned shift.

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