Moving from Food Drives to Fund Drives
While we appreciate the support we received from food drives over the years, we’ve had issues with the varying levels of food quality through third-party food drives. On average, up to 30% of the food we receive ends up being SPOILED, DAMAGED, or UNSAFE to eat.
After much consideration, we have decided to move away from food drives as of January 2022 for three main reasons:
We will make an exception for school-organized food drives for educational purposes, but we will encourage all other donors to switch to a Virtual Food Drive.
If you are a school and would like to host a food drive, please contact us directly at [email protected]
If you already hosted your food drive and need to drop off your food, you may drop it off at one of our Community Agency Partners.