To provide essential resources to overcome the many faces of hunger and human need.

Stamp Out Hunger 2015

Stamp Out Hunger 2015

On Saturday, May 9, 2015, the Letter Carriers’ Food Drive celebrates its 23rd year helping the hungry. Carriers collect non-perishable food donations left by mailboxes and deliver them to local food banks.  If you wish to donate, place your non-perishable food donation next to your mailbox before your letter carrier delivers mail on the second Saturday in May.  The carrier will do the rest. The food is sorted, and delivered to your local food bank, where it is available for needy families. 


Impact Community Church Donates to Building Fund

Impact Church


Impact Community Church donated a check for $5,000 to EG Food Bank Services Building Fund. The EGFBS is in the process of searching for a bigger facility to accommodate serving the large number of clients in need of assistance. Impact Community Church has partnered with EGFBS on many critical projects. Impact houses a Mobile Distribution Site on their campus, providing access to food and clothing to EGFBS clients that live nearby. Impact has previously donated funds to EGFBS to extend the days of operation and increase the accessibility to services for local people in need.

Elk Grove Food Bank Services provides food, clothing and services to over 4,500 individuals each month. This growth in number of local people served by the non-profit has pushed the organization to find a larger facility to more efficiently serve clients.


EG Food Bank Receives Community Giving Campaign Award from Kaiser Permanente


Kaiser Permanente Northern California employees selected Elk Grove Food Bank Services Run 4 Hunger as beneficiary of their Annual Community Giving Campaign. The EGFBS Annual Fundraiser, Run 4 Hunger, received the $5,000 award on behalf of the physicians and employees at Kaiser Permanente’s South Sacramento Service Area.

The Run 4 Hunger benefits Elk Grove Food Bank Services and will be held on Saturday, June 27, 2015 in Elk Grove Regional Park. Elk Grove Food Bank Services provides food, clothing and services to over 4,500 individuals each month. The non-profit organization serves people in eight ZIP code areas in and around the Elk Grove community.


Help the Elk Grove Food Bank “Glean” Up for Hunger Relief

Volunteer gleaners wanted! Announcing the formation of the Elk Grove Food Bank’s new Glean Team. In our community we have an excellent and effective tradition of food gleaning from our local residential and community gardens.


Announcing the First U.S. Municipal Pilot of Cropmobster!

The Elk Grove Community Exchange: Working to end food waste, support hunger relief & grow our “Farm-To-Fork” economy.