El Pasoans Fighting Hunger, El Paso's Food Bank, is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit hunger relief organization. The Food Bank is the distribution center that serves as a clearing house to solicit, inspect, repack and distribute food to partner agencies. These partner agencies are food pantries, churches, soup kitchens and shelters that feed the 1 in 8 adults and 1 in 4 children who are food insecure in our area.
Where does the food come from?
El Pasoans Fighting Hunger utilizes four sources of food procurement. They are the USDA, Feeding America, food rescue from grocery chains and food donations.
Companies, organizations and members of the community also play a key role by making generous monetary and food donations for El Pasoans Fighting Hunger to fulfill its mission.
|Food Bank||Food Pantry||Soup Kitchen|
|Is the distribution center||Is a 501(c)(3) partner agency or a church affiliated agency to the food bank||Is a 501(c)(3) partner agency or a church affiliated agency to the food bank|
|Stores, inspects & packages food||Obtains food from El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank||Obtains food from El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank|
|Distributes to 120 partner agencies||Directly distributes the food to those in need in their local areas||Prepares and serves hot meals to those in need
|It is operated by staff & volunteers||It is operated by volunteers||It is operated by volunteers|