Oregon Food Bank collects food from farmers, manufacturers, wholesalers, retailers, individuals and government sources and distributes it through a statewide network of 915 hunger-relief agencies serving Oregon and Clark County, Wash. In an average month, an estimated 200,000 people eat meals from emergency food boxes provided by the OFB Network. Of those, 36 percent are children, and most adult emergency food box recipients are working, retired or disabled. Your $10 contribution helps Oregon Food Bank collect and distribute enough food to feed family of four for three-to five-days.
Mission: Our missionTo eliminate hunger and its root causes ... because no one should be hungry.
|Causes||Food Insecurity, Hunger|
693 People | 1,492 Impacts | 3,900 Hours