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.
Additional Information for Your Review
COVID-19 Be Safe Poster.
105 Payne Lane across from the Yreka Lanes (park here please).
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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2022 Season is over.
HOLIDAYS WE WILL OBSERVE AND BE CLOSED IN 2022:
May 30-Memorial Day
July 4- Independence Day
DECEMBER 26- CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY
Help support the end of hungry families in Siskiyou County. Our donate button is on the HOME page of this website. Thank You!
We are always accepting donations for wildfire survivors, please donate on our home page.
Coats may be donated Monday-Thursdays, from 9 am to noon, or by appointment. Call Laura at 530-340-6382 to make an appointment to drop off a coat or two. Coats are needed for children and adults in need.
2022- We are now a partner with "One Warm Coat" (TM). We will accept new & gently pre-owned coats of all sizes. The coats we collect will be given free to those in need in Siskiyou County. Please, no holes, stains, broken zippers or buttons.
Helping others in need gives you a bonus on your taxes!!
Everyone will need to recertify.
Tailgate Produce Party
Second Tuesday every month June to October 2022
Need a great reason to donate...Here it is!
Charitable Giving Incentives: On March 9, 2021, Senators and Representatives introduced the Universal Giving Pandemic Response and Recovery Act, 618 and H.R. 1704. When enacted, the legislation would allow taxpayers who claim the standard deduction, rather than itemizing deductions, on their tax returns to take a deduction for charitable giving valued at up to one-third of the standard deduction which is about $4,000 for an individual filer and $8,000 for married joint filers! This added giving incentive would be available for the tax years of 2021 and 2022!
You meet financial eligibility guidelines
You must sign up in person
Have CA. ID.
Provide proof of residency and income
All participants must recertify every calendar year
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.
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!