Need Food?

Are you a resident of Ashland or Talent?  Are you struggling to meet your family’s food needs?  We’re here to help.

To Receive Services

  • Customers should bring a photo ID and proof of their residency in Ashland, Talent, or surrounding areas with those zip codes each time they come to the Food Bank.
  • No other paperwork is required.

Hours

  • Monday through Friday — 9:30am to 12:30pm
  • Every 3rd Saturday — 9:30am to 12:30pm

 

Location

  • 560 Clover Lane, Ashland, OR 97520 (map)

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Want to volunteer?

Upcoming Food Drive August 10th, 2024

The Green Bag food drives are an AMAZING volunteer experience, and we'd love for you to join us.  The drives run from 9am-12 noon, shows the incredible spirit of generosity of our community, requires 30-40 volunteers to help us move approximately 30,000 pounds of food, and is completely inspiring!  If you'd like to join us, please follow this link to fill out the participation form.

AND...we have a myriad of other volunteer opportunities.  Please checkout our Volunteer page to learn about the AWESOME volunteer team we have, and for descriptions of the many ways volunteers support our operations.  We look forward to working with you.

Donations

We are now accepting food donations, and are always grateful for monetary donations to help us keep our community fed. If you would like a receipt, please bring donations to the food bank Monday through Friday from 9:30am-12:30pm.  Shelf stable food donations may be made off hours at our drop boxes found on the southeast side of the building.  Our most pressing food needs are ever-evolving, so feel free to give us a call at 541-488-9544 or email us at info@AshlandCFB.org to ask about most needed foods.

About Us

In solidarity with our community, the Ashland Community Food Bank sustainably provides food at no cost to all those in need living in Ashland and Talent, while increasing awareness of food insecurity. We serve all people with dignity. Learn more

 

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Our Generous Sponsors

Albertsons – Ashland Ace Hardware – Ashland Christian Fellowship – Ashland Community Health Foundation – Ashland Food Co-Op – Ashland Food Project – Ashland Grange Co-Op – Ashland Hills Hotel & Suites – Ashland Lions Club – Ashland Postal Workers – Ashland Rotary – Case Coffee – DeBoer Foundation – Dunbar Farms – Elks Lodge #944 – First Congregational United Church of Christ – First United Methodist Church – Food Angels – Grizzly Peak Winery – GS Butler Foundation – Jackson County Fuel Committee – Lions Club – Long Walk Vineyards – Luna Café – Luna Love – Manzanita – Market of Choice – Mountain Meadows – Newman Hotel Group – Noble Coffee – NW Nature Shop – Oregon Cabaret Theater – Organicos Bakery – Our Lady of the Mountain Catholic Church – Paddinton Station – Paschal Winery – Presbyterian Church – Project A – Reed and Carolee Walker Foundation – Rocky Mountain Eufloria – Rogue Credit Union – Rogue Natural Foods – Rogue Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship – Rotary Club Ashland Lithia Springs – Safeway – Shop N Kart – Siskiyou School – Temple Emek Shalom – Trinity Episcopal Church – Village Bakery –

There are a number of ways you can contribute to our cause
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Children and adults face hunger in every community across the country
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Most Needed Items

  • Such as Cereal, Hearty Soups, Dried Beans, Rice. Pasta, Applesauce, Dried Fruits, Peanut Butter, Spaghetti Sauce, etc

  • We love receiving the overflow harvest from your garden! Please bring your succulent squash and other items to the Food Bank. 

  • Each child visiting the Food Bank is invited to take home a couple of books of their choice. Spanish-language books are especially welcome

  • Your donation of grocery bags allows our customers to take home their goods in strong, reusable bags that won't tear when the contents shift. 

Your Support Matters

Since 1972, Ashland Community Food Bank (ACFB) has provided food to residents of Ashland, Talent and surrounding rural communities. Each month, over 600 families representing approximately 1,700 individuals come to us for food. Our customers include the unemployed and under-employed, the working poor, students, seniors and those with disabilities and the homeless. Approximately 35 percent are children under the age of 18.

ACFB is supported by a coalition of faith-based organizations, along with the community at large. Church members, school children, local residents and neighborhood businesses donate food to us directly and volunteer their labor. Ashland Food Project's green bag collections comprise about a 35 percent of our total contributions.

Thanks to the generosity of our community, we are able to provide each individual or family who visits us with enough groceries to provide breakfast, lunch and dinner for two to three days.

Hours

  • Monday through Friday 9:30am — 12:30pm
  • 3rd Saturday of the month from 9:30am — 12:30pm

To Receive Services

Customers should bring a photo ID and proof of their residency in Ashland, Talent, or surrounding areas with those zip codes each time they come to the Food Bank. No other paperwork is required.

A Giant Thank You

Every morning when we open the doors we greet a line of customers and we often hear their stories - both of triumph and despair.  We are here to support our neighbors through difficult times. Food is fundamental: No one is prepared to tackle other life challenges when the belly is empty or the children unfed. Your support makes this work possible. Our heartfelt thanks to the community, for continually stepping up to help.