Thursday, July 10 will be the TEP Employee Appreciation Food Truck Extravaganza, with a portion of the proceeds benefiting the Community Food Bank! Be sure to get out there, experience all the great food these food trucks have to offer, and do some good at the same time.
Once again this summer, The Community Food Bank’s Las Milpitas community farm is hosting Farm Camp! Farm Camp is a great opportunity for boys and girls ages 5-12 to experience the magic of farming, including:
- Growing and harvesting vegetables
- Caring for chickens
- Farm chores
- Craft projects
- And LOTS more!
Because Farm Camp is such a great opportunity at such a great price (just $10 for the week!), space is limited and fills up fast. Please contact Las Milpitas for more information.
Download Farm Camp Flyer and Registration Form (English and Spanish)
Panera Bread and the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona are teaming up for the “Eat Bread to Raise Dough” fundraiser. On June 18 from 4-8 pm, Panera Bread (4821 E. Grant Road) will donate a percentage of its sales to the Community Food Bank. To participate, you must show this flyer when you order.
Panera Fundraiser Flyer
Caliber Collision is once again teaming with The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona by hosting their 3rd annual Rhythm Restoration Food Drive. From June 9 to June 27, Caliber Collision is asking Tucsonans to bring their food donations to any Caliber Collision location, to help them reach the company goal of 344,342 meals. More information is available here.
Please visit calibercollision.com for the nearest location.
The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona has been awarded an $18,235 “2014 Poverty and its Effects on Children” grant by the Howard V. Moore Foundation held at the Community Foundation for Southern Arizona. This grant will support the Farm-to-Child Program at twelve local schools.
The Farm-to-Child Program improves children’s access to healthy food in schools and the preschool/childcare environment. The Community Food Bank uses its expertise in growing food to help parents and teachers learn to garden, and includes information on composting, hen raising, gardening, and food safety.
The full press release is available here. For more information, please contact Jack Parris.
During the whole month of June at your local Fry’s Food Stores. Donate cereal and peanut butter to the Community Food Bank.
Our goal is to continue to provide healthy food options for children and their families here in Southern Arizona because one in four kids doesn’t know where their next meal is coming from.
Breakfast cereal is easily stored, ready to eat and when consumed with milk, it provides important nutrition that some families would not otherwise get. Peanut Butter is high in protein and calories, plus rich in vitamins.
You can help the food bank during the summer months by providing healthy food for children and families in our community!
On June 3rd, the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona and i97.5 will be at the Fry’s Food store at 3770 W. Ina Rd. Marana, 85741 from 4-6pm. Please join us and show your support with donations of Peanut Butter and Cereal.
Congratulations to the winner of the 2014 Quilt Raffle, Marilyn Gies.
The Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona will be on hand at the University of Arizona’s Spring Fling again this year. And we’re teaming up for a great promotion: bring four cans of food to donate, and receive $5 off one unlimited ride wristband!
From midnight tonight and all day tomorrow, Wednesday, April 9th, supporters like you can go to AZgives.org and show your support by giving to the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.
You can help create immediate and enduring change right here in your community. Your gifts will go directly to ensure the people of Southern Arizona have access to nutritious food.
Arizona Gives Day is a 24-hour online fundraiser to raise awareness and financial support for a variety of nonprofits in Arizona. We encourage you to make a difference by investing in your Community Food Bank.
For the 22nd Year the Annual National Association of Letter Carriers’ “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive Will Benefit Local Communities
For the 22nd consecutive year the National Association of Letter Carriers and the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona will team up to collect donations on Saturday, May 10, 2013 for the annual “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive. This is Southern Arizona’s largest single day food drive.
To help “Stamp Out Hunger” in Southern Arizona, residents are asked leave a bag of non-perishable food, such as canned meats, canned vegetables, canned soups, cereal, peanut butter, canned fruit or canned tomato products next to their mail box before the time of their mail delivery on Saturday, May 10th. Food should be in non-breakable containers. Letter carriers and volunteers will collect the food donations and forward them to the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona.
We are also pleased to accept monetary donations for this event. For more information, please contact the NALC Branch #704 at (520) 323-2117 or Jack Parris at (520) 882-3287.