The Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank has been serving both Klamath and Lake Counties for 40 years. We receive support from many wonderful individuals, businesses, and service organizations. Nearly 5,100 households rely on the Food Bank annually which means our resources are limited. The SNAP/Food Stamp Program is your long-term solution.
You can access up to 12 boxes per year. This does not necessarily mean one box per month. We have many people who need help for a short amount of time and may get 12 boxes in 3 months and we never see them again. We have folks who work seasonally and only need help 6 months out of the year, so they access 2 boxes per month. Nearly all eligible seniors and those with disabilities living on fixed incomes use their card once a month to offset their limited budgets. IT’S YOUR CHOICE. We try to provide a well-rounded box of food. June through November please take advantage of the “Produce Connection.” Visit our website, klamathfoodbank.org for locations and times.
If you need long term assistance, please contact the Oregon Department of Human Services 1-800-699-9075.
Our volunteers at the pantries work very hard and are very dedicated. Please feel free to give us a call if you had a great experience or if you have any other comments. If you need more information, please call us (541) 882-1223.
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO LIMITED RESOURCES, WE CAN ONLY ISSUE ONE CARD PER HOUSEHOLD, PER YEAR.
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