We have programs that help children, seniors and families get food, learn about nutrition or apply for CalFresh.
CalFresh is the new name for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) in our state, helping those in need.
Get to know more about the Chefs who have impacted the LA Regional Food Bank community through donations, fundraising efforts, or volunteering.
No child should go hungry. That’s why we help fight childhood hunger through a variety of innovative initiatives.
We distribute nutritious food to our network of partner agencies and meal programs, with locations near you.
The Extra Helpings Program routes perishable and other donated food from grocery stores and other local sources directly to Food Bank partner agencies and distributed to men, women, children, and seniors in need.
An estimated 1 in 5 people in Los Angeles County face food insecurity. The Food Bank provides critical food assistance through our Partner Agency Network, as well as through Food Bank Programs.
The core work of the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank is to acquire nutritious food from a variety of sources and to make sure it ends up in the hands of those who need it most. Since 1973, our mission has remained the same: we mobilize resources to fight hunger in our community.
The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank’s Mobile Food Pantry visits underserved communities to distribute nutritious food for our neighbors in need.
The LA Regional Food Bank is committed to distributing high-quality, nutritious and culturally appropriate food.
With 2 million people facing food insecurity in Los Angeles County, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank could not reach those looking for food assistance without the help from our network of partner agencies.
Seniors are particularly vulnerable to hunger. We offer programs that provide seniors with nutritious food.
By following the information in this Shelf Life Guide, you can reduce food waste in your life which will help keep perfectly good food out of landfills.
Starbucks is working with food banks across America, including the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank, to provide nourishing, ready-to-eat meals to people in need. The food rescued through the FoodShare program goes to feed those who need it most in our community.