We currently provide services throughout an 23,000 square mile area:

Klamath Falls
Beaver Marsh

Sprague River

Christmas Valley
Fort Rock
Silver Lake
Summer Lake



New Pine Creek


How To Help:

  • Make a monetary donation, by cash, check or on-line at klamathfoodbank.org.
  • If you have a garden and you’ve given produce to everybody you know and can’t find a home for the rest, WE’LL TAKE IT. All of it.
  • Hold a food drive at your Birthday, Reunion, Anniversary, Halloween and/or Christmas parties. If 500 households hold a food drive and collect 10 pounds, that’s 5,000 pounds of food. It all adds up. We can provide invitation inserts letting people know about your food drive. Barrels are available too.
  • Drop off food donations at the Senior Center or Goodwill.
  • Hold a food drive at work. Call and we’ll deliver a nicely decorated barrel.
  • Be a “Coin Crook.” Take a container to work, school or your service organization meeting and ask people to donate any change they may have. It adds up quickly. If you’d like us to provide you a container, just give us a call.
  • Look for our coin boxes at local businesses and throw your change in the box.

The Food Bank distributes food and non-food items to these Emergency Food Assistance Programs:

  • Salvation Army
  • Standing Stone Church (Bly)
  • St. Vincent De Paul
  • Refuge Church Merrill Food Bank
  • Sprague River Bridge Connection
  • Ponderosa Church (Crescent)
  • Paisley Food Share
  • Bountiful Blessings (Christmas Valley)
  • North Lake Food Share (Christmas Valley)
  • Lake County Food Share (Lakeview)
  • Klamath-Lake Counties Food Bank
  • Klamath Interfaith Food Pantry Church
  • Bible Baptist Church
  • United Christian Ministries
  • Chiloquin Care Program
  • Grace Williams Health Systems

If a family can access a little help when they need it, they can concentrate on their temporary financial crisis and getting through it. If seniors or people with disabilities can access food assistance, it frees up their small, fixed income to cover higher utility costs, prescriptions, etc.

Years ago, the Food Bank’s main mission was to provide emergency food assistance. We found there were many ways the food bank could expand its services to assist other non-profit programs. The non-profits listed below provide many vital services that promote positive outcomes and futures for children and adults. While they work on building these positive futures, they must also provide them with meals or snacks. The cost to provide food can take away dollars that could be used to make their programs the best they can be. We believe by providing food assistance we can be a partner in making a crucial difference in the outcome of a child’s development or an adult’s future. This is truly the way to get to the root causes of hunger.

  • Bonanza Cares
  • Disabled American Veterans
  • DHS Visitation Center
  • Exodus House
  • Family Connect / Homeless Connect
  • High Desert Hospice
  • Integral Youth Services
  • K.C. Senior Center
  • K.F. Headstart
  • Klamath Advocacy Center (Marta’s House)
  • Klamath Falls Gospel Mission
  • Klamath Hospice
  • Klamath Kid Center
  • Assisting the Klamath, Modoc, and Yahooskin Tribes.
  • Klamath Works
  • Lake County Senior Center
  • The Pregnancy Hope Center
  • The OSU Extension Office Self Help workshops. Teaching low-income people how to prepare and cook meals to stretch their food budget
  • The Warming Center
  • Turtle Cove
  • Various Adult & Kid Projects
  • Veterans Enrichment Center
  • WIC
  • YMCA
  • YMCA “Park & Play”

Thank you in advance for your support.