Honor a special occasion, pay tribute to friends and family, or honor the memory of a loved one while providing the needed support to eliminate hunger in our community.
Use the occasion of a birthday, anniversary, or marriage to share your compassion for the food insecure in our community. Celebrate Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Weddings or Graduations with a contribution to honor those individuals we cherish in our lives. There are so many occasions and opportunities to make a Tribute Gift to the Food bank.
The passing of a loved one is always a difficult time. Consider honoring their memory through a memorial gift to the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank.
Your Memorial or Tribute gift to the Food Bank is tax deductible and helps us provide desperately needed food to the most vulnerable members of our community: children, families, and seniors. Every gift is acknowledged promptly both to the donor and to the designee of the gift, without any mention of the size of the gift.
To make your gift, download the Tribute
gift form (in PDF format), fill it out, and send it to the Food Bank:
||Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
1734 E. 41st Street
Los Angeles, CA 90058
||(using your credit card): (323) 234-3030, ext. 149
Thank you for participating in this special tribute to your friends and family.
More Celebration Ideas!
L.A. Regional Food Bank Celebrations
|Counting on Community
||January - May
||A campaign for community members to support the Food Bank when too few people do – after the holidays, when giving falls yet the needs remain the same.
|Hunger Action Month
||Raising public awareness of domestic hunger at the local level here in Los Angeles County.
|Season for Sharing
||October - December
||A holiday campaign to provide our needy community members with food during a time that should be full of joy, peace, happiness, and sharing.
|Bar and Bat Mitzvah
American Holiday’s and Celebrations
|Martin Luther King Jr.’s Birthday
||Third Monday in January
||A federal holiday honoring the civil rights leader
|Black History Month
||Month of February
||Celebration of African-Americans in the United States
||A day to celebrate love, family, and friendship
||Third Monday in February
||A federal holiday celebrating the nation’s Presidents
|Cesar Chavez Day (CA)
||Celebration of the life of Cesar Chavez and the movement for farm worker’s rights
|Asian Pacific American Heritage Month
||Month of May
||Celebration of Asian and Pacific Islanders in the United States
||Second Sunday in May
||A special day to honor mothers
||Last Sunday in May
||A federal holiday dedicated to the memory of all war dead.
||Commemorates the adoption of the Stars and Stripes as the United States flag
||Third Sunday in June
||A special day to honor fathers
||Celebration of the adoption of the Declaration of Independence in 1776
|Hispanic Heritage Month
||Month of September
||Celebration of Hispanic Americans in the United States
|Native American Heritage Month
||Month of November
||Celebration of Native American history
||A federal holiday honoring all men and women who have served in the U.S. armed forces
||Fourth Thursday in November
||A federal holiday to give thanks
|New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day
||December 31 and January 1
||Celebration of the last and first days of the calendar year
||Day before Ash Wednesday in February
||A Christian feast day before the Lenten fast
|Purim, Feast of Lots
||A day of joy and feasting celebrating the deliverance of the Jews from a massacre
||Late March or Early April
||A Christian celebration commemorating the resurrection of Jesus Christ
||Jewish New Year remembering the creation of the world
||An Islamic “month of blessing” marked by prayer, fasting, and charity
||Late September or Early October
||Jewish Day of Atonement considers spiritual well-being
||An Islamic celebration marking the end of Ramadan, celebrating the good things received, and giving to the poor
||October or November
||The Hindu Festival of Lights symbolizing the victory of good over evil
||A Jewish holiday a celebration of the victory of the Maccabees and the rededication of the Jerusalem Temple
||December or January
||The Islamic celebration concluding the Hajj
||Christian observance of the birth of Jesus
|Chinese New Year
||The most important celebration in the Chinese calendar.
|St. Patrick’s Day
||A feast day celebrating St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland
|Cinco de Mayo
||Celebrates the victory of Mexican troops against the French in the Battle of Puebla
||December 26 to January 1
||African-American celebration honoring the values of ancient African cultures and inspiring African-Americans who are working for progress