The Food Bank relies on the generosity of businesses, community organizations, and individuals to ensure food and other essentials are made available to people in need.

Host a Virtual Food Drive

A virtual food drive is an easy way to support the Food Bank and help children, seniors, and families facing hunger. Just $1 can help provide 4 meals.

Virtual Food Drive Toolkit

Check out this toolkit for helpful tips, email templates, and more to make your virtual food drive a success!

Host an In-Person Drive

Rally your peers around a common goal: alleviating hunger. You can choose to do a food & fund collection over time or do a one-time “drive-thru” on a specific day. All types of non-perishable and essential items are accepted. See what the Food Bank is most in need of here.

Donate as an Individual

Looking to donate non-perishable food or personal care items as an individual? No problem! The Food Bank accepts donations from individuals Monday through Friday between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. No appointment necessary! Take a look at our donation guidelines below.

The Care Necessities

Personal care and hygiene products are necessities—we all need them for our day-to-day comfort and health. But they are out of reach for too many people. Join the Regional Food Bank’s campaign to collect these basic essentials and level the playing field for low-income people—one hygiene product at a time.

Neighborhood Food Drive

Our largest annual food drive! We need Neighborhood Captains to help distribute bags to households on the streets of their choosing and then pick up the full bags and bring them to the Regional Food Bank. Sign up to be a captain here. You may also make a monetary donation below.

Questions? Contact the Food Bank at (518) 786-3691.