LA Regional Food Bank Tour

Tour the LA Regional Food Bank virtually, or in-person pending public health recommendations.

Tour the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank

About Our Tours

Before the pandemic, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank helped to serve roughly 300,000 each month, and on average, one million pounds of food moved through our warehouses each month. In the post-COVID-19 world, and as of March 2022, we reach 800,000 people each month, and roughly four million pounds of food move through our warehouses each week.

On our Food Bank Tour (which may be a virtual tour amid the pandemic), you will see our storage facility, pickup operation and learn more about food rescue in general.

You will also learn how the Food Bank takes inedible food and prevents it from being wasted in landfills by making it available for animal feed or biodiesel fuel.

Food Bank tours are geared toward the general public. If you are a prospective partner agency, please contact Alexis Cook.

Take a Tour of our Future Home

The new facility will provide help to more people than ever before. It will allow the Food Bank to continue to expand essential programs that combat food insecurity and hunger. Learn more about the Building Hope Campaign.

Go Behind-the-Scenes at our LA Headquarters

Have you ever wondered how the Food Bank operates? Roger Castle, Chief Development Officer, takes you behind-the-scenes at the Los Angeles Headquarters. Are you interested in learning more? Schedule a tour today!

LA Regional Food Bank CEO Update and Virtual Tour (WebEx)

In order to arrange your visit, contact us here:

Amy Hasquet
Director of Annual Giving
323.234.3030 x140

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