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SERVING OUR COMMUNITY SINCE 1979

We distribute emergency groceries weekly to people in need. 707-964-9404

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED

Volunteers are needed to help in the Food Bank food distribution warehouse in Fort Bragg on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 8 am and 4 pm. Our scheduling is flexible so volunteers can determine how many hours and days they would like to work per week - could be as few as 2 hours up to 18 hours or more. The work consists of helping run the weekly distribution of food to Food Bank clients.This may involve packing bags with canned goods, sorting donated produce, unloading the truck, serving clients, re-packing food, doing cleanup or helping in the kitchen. Please feel free to drop by and check us out – or volunteer for a couple of hours just to see if you like it – no obligation.


Please drop by or contact Debby if you have questions:
964-9404, foodbankoffice@mcn.org


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TICKETS NOW ON-SALE

 AT THE FOOD BANK and HARVEST MARKET

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The Food Bank Thanks Sharon DiMauro

Of The Fort Bragg Advocate News.

   

Food Bank grateful to Sharon Dimauro

Sharon DiMauro, publisher of the Fort Bragg Advocate News, receives a token of gratitude from Fort Bragg Food Bank President Thom Adams and Food Bank Treasurer Ginnie Claus for the Season of Sharing, a holiday-time appeal which directly benefits the Food Bank.Under Sharon’s dedicated stewardship, the Fort Bragg Advocate News, with the support of the Community Foundation of Mendocino County, has sponsored the Season of Sharing for 20 years, annually contributing significant funding for the Food Bank.Through a series of widely read and colorfully informative feature articles in the newspaper, the Season of Sharing provides a window for the community into the workings, successes and challenges of our local homegrown Food Bank which provides food weekly to our friends and neighbors in need.

 This beautiful sign was hand-made and donated by Dusty Dillion. This beautiful sign was hand-made and donated by Dusty Dillion.  hahharh 

Sharon DiMauro, publisher of the Fort Bragg Advocate News, receives a token of gratitude from Fort Bragg Food Bank President Thom Adams and Food Bank Treasurer Ginnie Claus for the Season of Sharing, a holiday-time appeal which directly benefits the Food Bank.Under Sharon’s dedicated stewardship, the Fort Bragg Advocate News, with the support of the Community Foundation of Mendocino County, has sponsored the Season of Sharing for 20 years, annually contributing significant funding for the Food Bank.Through a series of widely read and colorfully informative feature articles in the newspaper, the Season of Sharing provides a window for the community into the workings, successes and challenges of our local homegrown Food Bank which provides food weekly to our friends and neighbors in need.

Sharon DiMauro, publisher of the Fort Bragg Advocate News, receives a token of gratitude from Fort Bragg Food Bank President Thom Adams and Food Bank Treasurer Ginnie Claus for the Season of Sharing, a holiday-time appeal which directly benefits the Food Bank.Under Sharon’s dedicated stewardship, the Fort Bragg Advocate News, with the support of the Community Foundation of Mendocino County, has sponsored the Season of Sharing for 20 years, annually contributing significant funding for the Food Bank.Through a series of widely read and colorfully informative feature articles in the newspaper, the Season of Sharing provides a window for the community into the workings, successes and challenges of our local homegrown Food Bank which provides food weekly to our friends and neighbors in need.

Volunteer Appreciation Lunch 2013 - a



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Mendocino Coast FROLF Club donates over $3,000 

2015 Frisbee Ice Bowl Tournament
Derrick Robbings delivers the proceeds of the 6th Annual Cary Letsinger Memorial Fort Bragg Frisbee Ice-Bowl.
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