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DALLAS FOOD BANK WILL BE CLOSED
Monday, December 26th and
Monday, January 2nd
Dallas Food Bank is committed to reducing food insecurity among people in the greater-Dallas community through the acquisition and equitable distribution of healthy food.
Food assistance is available to all who
need it in our service area.
Tina Decamp, Senior Vice President, Retail Banking Division for Northern Oregon presented board members of the Dallas Food Bank a grant check on January 14th, 2022. The funds will be used to purchase food and pay the rent for the organization. Pictured from left to right are board members Eileen Dicicco, Sheila Peirce, Debbie Cochrane and Tina DeCamp from WaFd Bank.
Board Members Sheila Peirce and Kevin Wicker accept a $2,000 grant check from Diana Knous from Pacific Power Foundation. The funds will be used to purchase a new commercial freezer.
Dallas Food Bank was a recipient of a Red Letter from Keller Williams Corner Stone Team. Yolanda Zuger presented Caprice Rosato with the donation. Yolanda, Thank you so much for your continued support.
Dallas Food Bank continues to serve individuals seeking food assistance
during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Please note that we have temporarily suspended "shopping-style" service to protect volunteers and pantry guests.
Food supplies will be brought out to clients following a brief, barrier-free registration process.
Dallas Food Bank is observing all required social distancing protocols including wearing masks, frequent handwashing and sanitizing of high-touch surfaces, and maintaining a safe distance from others.
To help reduce the spread of the coronavirus, anyone who has
tested positive for COVID-19 or has been exposed to someone who has tested positive or has symptoms of the condition,
should arrange for someone unaffected to pick up food for your household, Thank you.
Dallas Food Bank has a satelite food bank at:
Polk County Family Community Resource Center
182 SW Academy St. Dallas,
Emergency Food Services Monday-Friday 8am to 5pm
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