Donate Food

The Food Bank gladly accepts donations of food, large and small, to distribute into the community through our network of partner agencies.

General Food or Food Drive Donations 

The Food Bank welcomes factory-sealed non-perishable products and beverages, refrigerated or frozen items and produce, as well as non-food essentials such as hygiene items, cleaning items or paper products. 

Our most needed items include:

  • Canned Fruits, Vegetables, Meat, and Soup (Pop-top cans and low sodium a plus!) 
  • Whole Grain Pasta, Brown Rice, Dried Beans, and Cereal
  • Peanut Butter, and other nut butters 
  • For Infants: Pedialyte, Infant Cereal, Powdered Formula, Diapers, and Wipes 
  • For Kids: Fruit Cups, Juice Boxes, Granola Bars, Crackers, Popcorn and Sugar-Free Pudding Cups 
  • Non-Food Essentials: Hygiene Items, Household Items, and Paper Products 

Due to food safety regulations, we ask that you do not donate food items that are unsealed, loose items without ingredients listed, glass containers, or loose glass or plastic jars of baby food. These items must be discarded. 

Food System Donations

The Food Bank works to provide the most nutritious and enjoyable foods possible to the communities we serve. Thanks to the generous support of our community, we’re able to work across the food system to obtain and provide access to food to people in need. 

We gladly accept food from retail donors, farmers and growers, and food manufacturers that is nutritious and safe for consumption yet might be considered unsellable. For more information about donating food to the Food Bank, please contact Carter Crain.

You can find more information about the Food Bank’s food sourcing here.

You can also make a difference in your community by hosting a Virtual Food Drive for your friends, family members, or coworkers.