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Food banks, soup kitchens and food pantries in Oregon

St. Vincent DePaul Food Recovery Network
Portland, OR 97202
Details: Our Food Bank not only operates a traditional style food bank but also manages our Food Recovery Network, Senior Supplemental Food Box Program, Food for Kids, and Mobile Kitchen-cafe. Our food bank is used by 93 local agencies not only do 44 of our local St. Vincent de Paul conferences shop at the food bank, 49 other non-profits in greater Portland also rely on our food bank. The impact our food bank has in feeding the hungry throughout greater Portland is wide reaching.
Neighbor Impact
Redmond, OR 97756
Details: The NeighborImpact Food Bank is the Regional Food Bank in the Oregon Food Bank state network, serving Central Oregon, including communities in Deschutes, Crook and Jefferson Counties since 1985. NeighborImpact receives and distributes food to a network of over 40 local agencies that include emergency food box sites, congregate meal sites, brown bag programs and shelters. Local agencies redistribute food received from the NeighborImpact Food Bank directly to people seeking emergency food assistance.
Medford, OR 97504
Details: Providing healthy food to feed hungry families and individuals, because no one should ever go hungry. ACCESS is committed to addressing hunger needs within our community through different programs and services. ACCESS Food Share provides emergency food boxes to hungry families and individuals in Jackson County through a network of over 24 food pantries. The program also supplies food to over 20 agency programs serving low-income individuals.
CAPECO Food Share
Pendleton, OR 97801
Details: CAPECO has several food programs which assist those in need across our four county service area: Umatilla, Morrow, Gilliam, and Wheeler counties. Each program serves different populations and has specific eligibility guidelines. Please refer to each specific program for more information. CAPECO serves as the Regional Food Bank for Oregon Food Bank which supplies USDA commodities and donated food to area food banks, meal site programs, and three no-kill animal shelters. The Oregon Food Bank ships USDA commodities and donated food to our 10,000 square ft. warehouse and then we distribute the product to the local member agencies. In addition, CAPECO acquires local donations through numerous events, such as: State Employees Food Drive, Letter Carriers Food Drive, schools, youth clubs, churches and from local food industry companies.
Community Connection
La Grande, OR 97850
Details: Community Connection coordinates food bank warehousing and distribution in Baker, Grant, Union and Wallowa Counties. We also offer food distribution in Enterprise.
FOOD for Lane County
Eugene, OR 97402
Details: In 1984, FOOD for Lane County incorporated with one staff person, one volunteer, and five board members. Vision: To eliminate hunger in Lane County. Mission: To alleviate hunger by creating access to food. Values: In carrying out our mission, FOOD for Lane County embraces the following core values and exemplifies them in our work: partnerships; self-sufficiency; diversity; service with dignity; advocacy and education; stewardship and acknowledgment.
Food Share of Lincoln County
Newport, OR 97365
Details: For 25 years, Food Share of Lincoln County has led community efforts in awareness and elimination of hunger in Lincoln County. Through ever increasing community outreach and partnerships, we strive to provide service to our clients and our county. This annual report provides an overview or the current state of Food Share of Lincoln County. Food Share of Lincoln County distributes emergency food boxes through six affiliated pantries located in Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, Newport, Waldport, Siletz and Toledo. In addition to the pantries, we provide assistance in the form of food, and other donated items to nine agencies. Our support helps stretch the agency's budget thereby allowing them to provide more direct client services.
Klamath/Lake Counties Food Bank
Klamath Falls, OR 97603
Details: The Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank has been serving our community for 28 years. Our Action Statement: To address hunger by providing food to emergency food assistance programs and support other non-profit agencies and their programs that have a positive affect on the lives of children and adults in Klamath and Lake Counties.
Marion Polk Food Share
Salem, OR 97301-0374
Details: Marion-Polk Food Share is the regional food bank serving Marion and Polk counties through a network of nearly 100 hunger-relief partners. Since 1987, MPFS has been “leading the fight to end hunger … because no one should be hungry." As the second largest of 20 regional food banks in the Oregon Food Bank Network, MPFS collects and distributes nutritional foods to food pantries, meal sites, foster homes, low-income day care centers, shelters, and senior housing sites. MPFS is served by an 18-member volunteer board of directors, a dedicated staff and a three-member management team. Volunteers contribute tens of thousands of hours in pursuit of ending local hunger each year. MPFS is a private, nonprofit organization.
Oregon Food Bank
Portland, OR 97211
Details: Our mission: To eliminate hunger and its root causes ... because no one should be hungry. Oregon Food Bank takes a holistic approach to ending hunger by bringing our community together to provide food, education and hope to our neighbors in need. We provide emergency food to people who are hungry through a cooperative statewide network of hunger-relief agencies, helping 1 in 5 households fend off hunger. OFB also leads statewide efforts to increase resources for hungry families and to eliminate the root causes of hunger by advocating for fair public policies, strengthening community food systems and providing nutrition and garden education to help people become more self-sufficient and resourceful.
South Coast Food Share
Coos Bay, OR 97420
Details: South Coast Food Share is a member of the Oregon Food Bank and the designated regional food bank for Coos and Curry Counties. Our service area includes a network of partners, programs and agencies committed to the belief that no one should be hungry. Each year we distribute millions of pounds of food through our network of member agencies and provide educational programs addressing hunger, poverty and nutrition. SCFS is a member of America’s Second Harvest, an independent 501c(3) organization and an equal opportunity provider and employer.
UCAN Food Shares
Roseburg, OR 97470
Details: We are a community-based non-profit agency. We receive funding through: Local food drives and donors, Grants and Oregon State appropriations, Greater Douglas United Way, US Department of Agriculture
Yamhill County Community
McMinnville, OR 97128
Details: Hunger makes everything seems more challenging. Children can’t focus on schoolwork. Parents can’t focus on finding a job or succeeding at work, and caring for family seems difficult when the basics like food can’t be provided. For those times when circumstances – like medical expenses or layoffs – leave little for groceries, we’re here with the needed nutritious food and resources to get individuals and families back on their feet. We provide food, organizational and technical support to a countywide network of Partner Food Agencies of emergency food box pantries, soup kitchens, group meal sites and a gleaner group. There are 25 partner agencies total: 13 pantries, two soup kitchens, nine group meal sits and one gleaner group. We work hard to ensure that boxes/meals are healthy and have a variety of good food groups including fresh fruits and vegetables, protein, cereals and grains.