Los Angeles Regional Food Bank
The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank saw the power of the Ecosystem of Good fully realized during COVID-19 as Blackbaud solutions helped the Food Bank communicate with its community, capture donations, and convert volunteers to donorsmore than ever before. The Food Bank had over 62,000 new donors in 202015 times more new donors than the previous year, providing an unmistakable opportunity to identify and prioritize prospects for major gifts. With wealth and modeling insights from Blackbaud, the development team acted decisively and secured an increase in major gift dollars of more than 450%.
Participate In The Best Volunteer Opportunity In Los Angeles
- Individuals, Groups , Groups , Families, Corporate Teams
- Virtual, In-person, Indoor, Outdoor, Food Distribution, Food Packing
- Weekdays, Weekends
|How you help||With the help of 37,000 volunteers annually we serve more than 300,000 people on a monthly basis.|
|About us||Since 1973, the Los Angeles Regional Food Bank has worked to mobilize resources in the community to alleviate hunger. To fulfill our mission, source and acquire food and other products and distribute to needy people through charitable agencies or directly through programs energize the community to get involved and support hunger relief conduct hunger education and awareness campaigns and advocate for public policies that alleviate hunger. The Los Angeles Regional Food Bank distributes 60 million pounds of food and product annually through a network of over 670 charitable agencies with more than 1,050 sites|
What We Aim To Solve
Food insecurity in Los Angeles County has continued to be pervasive. Continued increases in the cost of living, including and especially housing, coupled with stagnant wages, means that hundreds of thousands of families in our communities struggle to put food on the table. One in five people in Los Angeles County experience food insecurity, representing 20% of the population and affecting more than 2 million people. One in four children in Los Angeles County is food insecure.
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