Auburn Food Bank

A nonprofit organization

51% complete

$15,000 Goal


Auburn Food Bank works to eliminate hunger by providing food, referrals and emergency assistance to those in need within The Auburn School District.


We are a food bank serving people in need living within the Auburn School District. Food distribution is M-T-Th-F, a hot meal is served every Monday evening. Programs include holiday baskets, backpacks of food to students each weekend, limited home delivery to in-bound seniors, job rehab and training and help with financial assistance for those in jeopardy of losing their home, having their power shut off, or need emergency prescription help. We have recently opened Ray of Hope Resource Center for the homeless and Sundown shelter for night sheltering. Our goal is to reach as many people in need in our community to help better their lives. We are here for that time in life when a hand up is needed to give the confidence and self-esteem back to those who feel they have lost it all. We see an average of 125 families per day and the need is growing as the cuts continue to impact households. We serve all who walk through our door - if they are here - they need our help.


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Organization name

Auburn Food Bank

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Food & Nutrition




PO Box 464
Auburn, WA 98071

Service areas

Auburn, WA, US

Algona, WA, US

Pacific, WA, US



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