ANNUAL REPORT 2021-22
Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank Mission/Action Statement
To Address Hunger By Providing Food To Emergency Food Assistance Programs And Support Other Non-Profit Agencies And Their Programs That Have A Positive Affect On The Lives Of Children And Adults In Klamath And Lake Counties.
Distributed a grand total of 2.8 MILLION pounds of food
Distributed 500,000 pounds of produce
Provided food to assist in the preparation of 350,000 meals
Provided food boxes to 5,100 households in Klamath and Lake Counties
Provided food to assist in the preparation of 3,000 summer meals for children from low-income families
Provided 135 Thanksgiving dinners
Accumulated 30,000 volunteer hours thanks to nearly 1,250 fantastic volunteers
Collected more than 500,000 MILLION pounds of food through local community food drives, individuals, farmers, ranchers, local grocery stores and purchased food with donations from the community
We assist about 100 other non-profit programs with food and non-food product. With Food Bank support, these other vital entities have more disposable revenue to keep their programs funded.
Looking For Ways To Get Involved?
Make an on-line donation at klamathfoodbank.org. Each dollar you donate will create about 8 meals
Volunteer at the Food Bank or one of its pantry sites
Hold a food and/or funds drive at work, school, or with your service club
Board of Directors:
President-Chris Stone, Certified Financial Planner, Ameriprise Financial
Secretary/Treasurer-John Stacy, Owner, Stacy-Dennis IT Solutions
Member-Dan Gellner-Financial Advisor
Member-Diana Boyd-Mortgage Loan Office, Umpqua Bank
Member-Michelle Scott, Self-Sufficiency Coordinator
Member-Jenny Coelho-City Hall Administrator, Tulelake, CA.
Niki Sampson, Executive Director
We are an equal opportunity provider and affiliate agency of the Oregon Food Bank & Feeding America
Financial Statements and other documents (pdf format; links will open in a new window or tab):
The Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.