• Our Volunteers

How Interfaith Food Bank Helps

Distribute Donations

More Than Just Food
Our assistance includes Monthly Food Hampers, daily food supplements and clothing vouchers.

Resource Education

Community Programs
We assist people everyday with finding resources in our community to assist with their needs.

Fresh, Healthy Food

Locally Grown
The Interfaith Learning Garden educates our members on the importance of fresh food.

Learn To Cook

Healthy & Budget Friendly
The Interfaith Chinook Country Kitchen offers cooking classes through local partnerships.

How You Can Help

Most Wanted Items

Financial donations help us to purchase food, fund our day-to-day operations, and schedule various community events and campaigns. Donations can come in various forms including:

  • One-time or monthly donations
  • Program Support
  • Memorial Donations

Donate Today

Non-perishable food items are always needed. These donations help us with our food hampers and are needed throughout the year. Food donations can come from:

  • Personal drop-off at the Interfaith Food Bank
  • Local Grocery store donations
  • Special events
  • Organization of food drives

As a non-profit organization the Interfaith Food Bank also accepts donations in-kind from various local businesses. Aside from our food and financial donations we are also looking for companies that are willing to donate / offer:

  • Discounts on products / services
  • New or gently used items we can offer in The Second Door Thrift Store

Non-Perishable Food Items

  • Canned Fruit/Vegetables
  • Meat/Salmon/Tuna (Canned)
  • Soup (Cans & Mixes)
  • Canned Pasta/Stew
  • Spaghetti Sauce
  • Unsweetened Juices
  • Baby Food in Jars
  • Boxed Cereal

Perishable Food Items

  • Fresh/Frozen Meat
  • Fresh Produce
  • Dairy Products
  • Infant Cereal
  • Baby Formula
  • Pork & Beans (Canned)
  • Peanut Butter
  • Jam
  • Macaroni & Cheese
  • Hamburger Helper

Non-Food Items

  • Financial Contributions
  • Grocery Gift Cards

Partners of Interfaith Food Bank