Siskiyou Lanes Bowling Center is under new management with a new name:
Yreka Bowl, welcome John and Richard!
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 33,915 lbs of food
was distributed to new monthly applicants! An additional 21,000 lbs was provided to repeat customers. A total of 54,419 lbs of food was distributed in 2016.
The statistical information above demonstrates the increasing need for food for low-income families in Siskiyou County. In 2015, SCFB distributed 26.5 tons of food, and in 2016, 27.5 tons were distributed.
TO VIEW OUR ORGANIZING DOCUMENTS THAT ESTABLISHED SISKIYOU COMMUNITY FOOD BANK AS A 501 (C)(3) CHARITY CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW.
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Help support the end of hungry families in America. Our donate button is on the HOME page of this website.Thank You!
FILL THE FOOD BANK
We spend an average of $1,500.00 per month on food. Pick-A-Month (or 2) and provide us the funding (all or part) to purchase the food.
We serve all Siskiyou County communities. So far for 2016 we have served people from Yreka, Montague, Big Springs, Hornbrook, Weed, Grenada, Gazelle, Mt. Shasta, Dunsmuir, McCloud, Dorris and Klamath River area. Please help us fill the Food Bank!
HOW TO PARTICIPATE:
Pick your month(s), mail. come by or call us to pick up a donation check from you, your organization, agency or group. We will list you on our website as a donor and advertise as we can for you.
We are a State and Federally recognized 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization. You will receive a tax-deductible confirmation letter of your donation amount.
Yreka Community Certified Farmers Market is the recipient of a grant from Modoc Siskiyou Community Action Agency. EBT card holders will have the opportunity is increase their benefits by purchasing fresh fruits, veggies and other CalFresh approved food products and receive additional tokens for using their EBT benefits. This will increase fresh, nutritious healthy fruits and veggie consumption and increase nutritional education. Use your EBT Benefits and receive Matching (up to $20.00) in extra tokens to purchase additional fruits and veggies!!! Also Match eligiblefor 2017 are WIC & Senior Farmers Market coupons, and SSI recipients providing verification.
Call Us: +1.530-598-2133
YCCFM: Open June 14th-Wednesday 10AM - 1PM. 1712 Fairlane Rd