Donations of food from grocers, food distributors, farmers, and community members provide a much-needed supplement to the food we receive from government agencies. You can help by donating nonperishable foods and fresh produce.
It’s financially smart.
Check with your financial advisor to learn more about the tax benefits associated with donating food.
You’re legally protected.
The FEDERAL BILL EMERSON GOOD SAMARITAN FOOD DONATION ACT protects those who make good faith donations from liability.
It’s crucial to our community.
Every day, we become more aware of the staggering need for emergency food in our community. In 2015, we distributed over 26 million pounds of fresh fruits and vegetables to families in need.