Give the Gift of Food

The Food Bank happily accepts food donations

Donate food today and make a direct impact where it is needed the most. When you give the gift of food, you are giving the gift of health and providing a better life for our neighbors in Josephine County.

Food donations from individuals and community partners are critical in helping us to provide food for children, families, and seniors. All donations are distributed throughout our network of partner agencies and on to the tables of hungry families in Josephine County.

Food Donations

If you have nonperishable food to donate or an abundance of garden crops to share, we can help get it into the hands of our food-insecure neighbors.

Food Drives

Host a Food Drive at your work, school, congregation, or event! We can help provide tools and resources to make your food drive a success.

Grants Pass Food Project

On the 2nd Saturday of every even month, we pick up food donated to the Grants Pass Food Project. Become a neighborhood coordinator or help sort food on pickup days.

Food Industry

We gladly accept large-scale food donations from food manufacturers, wholesalers, distributors, retailers, or growers.

Join us as we work together to solve hunger

The Josephine County Food Bank distributes food to 18,000 individuals every month. We do this through our network of 25+ partner agencies that feed people in need throughout Josephine County. These organizations include food pantries, meal sites, residential treatment centers, schools and day care centers, and more.

The Josephine County Food Bank is committed to providing food to all who need it. Children, seniors, and working families make up the majority of our clients. Many of the adults we serve are retired, elderly, or disabled, and over half of the families who need food have jobs but not enough income to afford housing, food, and utilities. For many Josephine County residents, a daily meal is not a choice between foods but rather an impossible choice between food and other crucial needs, such as electricity, childcare, or medicine. Giving up meals should not be a choice someone has to make.