Your organization can make a big impact!
Companies and community partners provide critical resources to the Foodbank. There are several ways your organization can support the Foodbank that will help foster a culture of service with your staff, while also ensuring children, seniors and families in our community have access to nourishing meals.
Many partners have shared with us that supporting the Foodbank through teambuilding and leadership development opportunities is a great way to boost employee morale and improve employee retention. We are fortunate that businesses from all industries give their time, funds and resources to the Foodbank because they know it will have an immediate and lasting impact on our community.
Below are ways your organization can engage with the Foodbank. We look forward to welcoming you to our Foodbank Family.
Payroll giving is a simple, tax-efficient way for employees to support the Foodbank by having a deduction taken straight from their gross pay each pay period.
Coordinate a Food & Funds Drive
Collect food and funds for your Foodbank to help our neighbors in need.
Program and event sponsorships help maximize our impact. Contact us below to learn more about our sponsorship opportunities.
Our corporate and foundation grantors provide crucial support, ranging from underwriting programs and initiatives to general operating support.
Hold a sales campaign and donate a portion of the proceeds to the Foodbank. Contact us below to learn how we can support your efforts.
Host Your Own Event
Bring people together in support of local hunger-relief efforts.
Consider matching your employees’ financial contributions, doubling their gift’s impact. See if your employer matches contributions.
Build team spirit while making an impact on hunger.
In-Kind & Product Donations
If you are a manufacturer, retailer, distributor, restaurant, farmer or other food industry business, consider donating your surplus product to the Foodbank.
The Foodbank can work with you to create a customized engagement plan for your organization that could include a tour of the Foodbank, volunteer opportunities, a guest speaker to visit your organization to talk about hunger, and sharing tools to educate your employees about hunger and how to help.