You Can Help Alleviate Hunger
Our less fortunate neighbors need your help throughout the year. Any contribution you can give is appreciated. Give online using our secure server, mail a check, fax your credit card information, or donate food at our Stop Hunger Warehouse or any local agency.
Make A Gift:
Clark County Food Bank uses cash contributions to purchase food such as peanut butter and tuna or bulk items like rolled oats and rice at wholesale prices. These products are intended to augment or round out the diets of those in need. A donation of $12.00 is enough to provide a balanced diet to a family of four for three to five days in the form of an emergency food box.
Money is also applied to the operation of our warehouse: your donation can help us buy fuel or provide funding for the maintenance of our delivery trucks, freezer, cooler and forklifts, without which we would not be able to operate.
If you would like to make a donation online using a credit card (Visa, American Express, Discover or MasterCard). You can make a one-time or recurring (monthly or quarterly) donation.
Donate by Mail
Fill out this form and mail with your check or credit card information to:
Clark County Food Bank, 6502 NE 47th Ave., Vancouver, WA 98661
Join CCFB's committed group of supporters by signing up for a monthly charge of $5 or more to your credit card or your checking account. By giving each month, you provide sustaining long-term solutions to the hunger and nutrition insecure in Clark County. You can become a Hunger Hero by clicking "Donate Now" above or by filling out this commitment form to use auto deduct from your bank account!
Other Ways to Donate Funds
Honorary gifts can express love, appreciation, congratulations or best wishes to those you admire. Gifts can also be made in honor of special occasions like anniversaries, birthdays and holidays. When you make a contribution to honor someone, CCFB will provide a card to comunicate that gift. Simply fill in the occasion, name and address of the honoree on this form, and either mail it to the address listed in our donate by mail section above, or email it to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payroll deduction is an easy way to make charitable donations directly from your paycheck. In addition, many employers will match employee gifts. These matching gifts can double to impact of your donation. Ask your company's human resource department about workplace giving today.
Fund your charitable gift through appreciated stocks.
Remember Clark County Food Bank in your estate plan and leave a legacy to help alleviate hunger and its root causes for years to come.For more information about donating funds and other financial gifts please contact Melinda Berg at email@example.com or (360)693-0939 x 205
We always need food donations, and thanks to our new warehouse we are able to accept much more food than we would have in the past! If you would like to give specifically to one of our partner agencies in your area you can find their contact information here. Below are several options for ways you can give food to Clark County Food Bank:
Organize a food drive at your business, church, school, civic group or in your neighborhood.
Hear more about other food drives going on around Clark County on our Food Drive page!
Gardening and Gleaning
Grow an extra row in your home or community garden and/or donate any excess produce that you might have this harvest.
Hear more about current farming and gleaning efforts at CCFB!
Buy an extra bag of various non-perishable food items and drop it off at an agency on the way home. See our list of local agencies and their locations to find out where you can take your donations.
Food can be dropped off at the Clark County Food Bank, 6502 NE 47th Ave., Vancouver, WA 98661 or the local agency closest to you. See the list of local agencies for contact information and hours of operation. Contact us to schedule a convenient time to drop off donated food items.
Volunteers are crucial to us being able to accomplish our mission to the needy in Clark County. Volunteers fill a variety of needs for CCFB and are always needed, many skills and passions you have can be translated into tangible ways you can help. We have opportunities for people of all ages and groups of all sizes. Take some time to explore our volunteer opportunities to find a role that fits you!
Donations come in all shapes and sizes, they are not limited to the areas listed above. We want you to donate in a way that fits you and in an area you are passionate about. This looks different for everyone, for some it is in-kind resources and skills, for others it may be items they want to give. Please contact us if you would like to make a donation.
Clark County Food Bank maintains strict donor information privacy policies. Clark County Food Bank takes great care to ensure that your information is not compromised. We do not sell, exchange or rent your personal information to any organization or individual. We will not divulge personal information to any other organization or individual other than that necessary to transact, fulfill and or account for online donations.