Donate thru the donation button of our homepage which uses PayPal OR if shopping Amazon, go to: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/47-2417905
and we receive a small % of what you spend with no additional charge to you.
Here is a great idea which one of our donors started. For her birthday, she asked her friends to donate to the Siskiyou Community Food Bank instead of buying her a gift and she donated as well. She requested her friends donate $40.00 each in hopes of raising $400.00.
This is perfect especially for those that do not want or need a gift (birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, in memory of, graduations, holidays, in honor of, etc.)
And, donations are tax deductible. Make sure to provide us with your name and mailing address and a donation statement will be mailed to you.
321 N. Gold Street, Yreka
11AM to 12:30 PM or until food runs out!
Bring your own bags/box, eligibility declaration (form to sign) required.
In collaboration with Foodlink.com, Great Northern Services, USDA Food Nutrition Services (An Equal Opportunity Provider), Siskiyou Opportunity Center and Siskiyou Community Food Bank. 2020: EVERY 2ND TUESDAY OF THE MONTH THRU OCTOBER-starts June 9th.
Help support the end of hungry families in Siskiyou County. Our donate button is on the HOME page of this website. Thank You!
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COVID-19 Be Safe Poster.
In 2019: Pounds of food we distributed in Siskiyou County:
Pounds purchased by SCFB:
Food donated to us: 72,955 lbs.
Households served: at our location 1,387
Family members served: 2,719
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VOLUNTEERS: 2019 BACK ROW-L-R: LINDA BAHAM, LARRY TEMPLE, TASHA TEMPLE, DENVER JOHNSTON, PHIL PORTER; FRONT ROW L-R: CARLA SCHNIDER, CARIN GILES, DAPHNE PONT, & LAURA LEACH
NEED A LOCAL CLASS FIELD TRIP, THINK OF OUR FOOD BANK!
It is suggested that your class discusses nutrition and healthy foods prior to visiting us. We will tie in healthy foods based on ChooseMyPlate.gov, ReThink Your Drink campaign and community service (helping others).
Children will get a tour of our food bank, what we do and why we do it (age appropriate discussions). Schools in the past have held food drives prior to visiting us and bring the collected food to us on their field trip.
Healthy snack choices may be provided, as will recipes and when available, a children's cookbook. Children will have the opportunity to help make a few bags of food that we provide to our customers. They will be given a paper template to draw what a healthy plate of food looks like to them.
Total time at the food bank is 1 1/2 hours depending on class size and ages of the children. Our area is not huge so if more than 20 kids, please make sure to tell us.
CENSUS 2020-PARTICIPATE AS IT HELPS ALLOCATE FUNDING FOR SCHOOLS, FOOD BANKS, COMMUNITY CENTERS AND MUCH MORE. THANKS
Additional Information for Your Review
COVID affects us all. At the produce giveaway, werequire social distancing, face masks are strongly encouraged and, if you have a fever-stay home!
Food is now Pre-Packaged in a box.
Tailgate Produce Party
Second Tuesday every month June to October
Tuesday, June 30! 10am-2pm
Look for our signs on Payne Lane, Yreka-across from SCFB
Many of you jumped right in to get your discounted season pass. Thank you. We received $2,500 because of your purchases. Thank you Mt. Shasta Ski Park for wanting to help locals in need.
Mt. Shasta Ski Park:
New Programs:Due to your generous donations SCFB has been able to provide more fresh fruit & veggies to our participants. For the months of May-June-July we are providing two $5.00 vouchers per month to each eligible household to use at Grocery Outlet Bargain Market or Raley's in Yreka.
In collaboration with FarmLink, Uber Transportation, and farmers, we will receive a semi-load of onions or potatoes for the next few months! These are for all Siskiyou County residents!! We will use Facebook for notification of what we get and when to come to get some.
Siskiyou Community Food Bank (SCFB) participant Statistics:
845 unduplicated individual households which represented 2,132 total family members;
Repeat-returning customers include 673 households representing 1542 family members; and
TOTAL served in 2015: 1,518 households, and 3,674 family members. 53,130 lbs.
969 unduplicated individual households which represented 2496 total family members;
Monthly repeat-returning customers are not included in this total. A total of 34,915 lbs of food
was distributed to new monthly applicants! An additional 23,000 lbs was provided to repeat customers. A total of 57,419 lbs of food was distributed in 2016.
873 unduplicated individual households representing 2154 total family members and monthly repeat participants add an additional 846 households. A total of 60,165 lbs. of food was distributed to our participants.
1013 unduplicated households members representing 2397 household members were served. Thirty-five lbs. of food are provided to the household for a total of 35,455 plus the monthly returning customers added another 61,355 lbs. totaling 96,810 lbs. of food distributed to low-income households in Siskiyou County. Due to the Klamathon Fire another 4,275 lbs. was distributed to Salvation Army cooking food at the evacuation shelter and to individual households from July through September 2018. Grand total 101,085 lbs. = over 50 tons!