NeighborImpact Food Bank
Every day, the NeighborImpact team works to fight hunger in Central Oregon through our Regional Food Bank. If you are struggling to afford food for yourself or your family, we are here to connect you with a food pantry or meal site in your area.
Our Food Bank collects and distributes food to more than 40 different sites throughout Crook, Deschutes and Jefferson Counties. We work with many agencies and businesses to make sure that food is available to the people who need it most. Our goal is to help you get through tough times so you can focus on moving forward and improving your quality of life.
If you need food, we can help:
If you would like to join us in the fight against hunger, you can:
The NeighborImpact Food Bank is a Deschutes County United Way Community Partner.
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