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Celebrate Your Birthday at the Food Bank

Celebrate Your Birthday at the Food Bank

Many volunteers chose to celebrate their birthday at the Food Bank in 2022

Volunteering at the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank on your birthday is a meaningful and impactful way to celebrate another year of life. Not only does it provide an opportunity to give back to the community, but it also helps to raise awareness of the critical issue of food insecurity in our County.

Every year, many volunteers choose the Food Bank to come and help glean, sort, pack and distribute food for the millions of individuals and families in need in LA County.

By celebrating your birthday at the Food Bank, you’ll be helping millions of individuals and families who are struggling with food insecurity due to the high cost of living in our county, as well as inflation.

In addition to making a positive impact, volunteering at the Food Bank on your birthday can also be a meaningful and rewarding experience. Volunteering at the Food Bank gives individuals an opportunity to connect with others who share the same commitment to fighting food insecurity and to gain a deeper understanding of the challenges that those who are food insecure face on an everyday basis.

Ready to learn more? Read more about celebrations at the Food Bank, or sign up here.

Donations over Gifts

If you are unable to donate time at the Food Bank, consider starting a birthday fundraiser via our Team #WeFeedLA page. In fact, more individuals choose to give up gifts and ask for donations to the Food Bank instead.

People like Phil Clapick decided to commemorate his 80th birthday by starting a Facebook Birthday Fundraiser to benefit the Food Bank. Read Phil’s story>

By contributing to the Food Bank, you are showing your commitment to making a difference in the community and in the lives of millions of individuals struggling with food insecurity. To learn more about starting an online fundraiser for your birthday, anniversary, or any occasion, visit our Team #WeFeedLA page.

Get Involved

Consider volunteering at the Food Bank and help your neighbors in need. Together, #WeFeedLA.

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