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2.1 Million

Canned & Dry Goods Distributed Last Year

The Valley Food Bank distributes over 2.1 million canned and dry goods and over 2.5 million pounds of fresh food per year to more than 180,000 people in need.

 8,355 Boxes of Food


of our food donations come from local businesses in our community.

Many of these donations include fresh fruits, vegetables and dairy products.

You can help us change lives for good.

Your donation supports people in need and helps them lead healthy, self-sufficient lives.

Fighting Hunger – Feeding Hope

Pantry offers more than food—visitors enjoy music, fellowship, meals

Reseda First United Methodist Kingdom Food Pantry continues to find ways to help many in need of food. More and more people living on a fixed income aren’t able to provide themselves and their families with nutritious meals. They may be in between jobs, out of work, or recovering from illnesses. They could be veterans…

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Director’s note

When you think of homecoming, what comes to mind? Is it high school, football games and dances? For others it might be the opportunity to return somewhere they once called home. For me, it’s a bit of both. I was born and raised in the San Fernando Valley-Canoga Park to be exact. I went to…

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A tradition of service

The Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Community Advisory Council put together a drive-thru food distribution event last month at the United Wilmington Youth Foundation. Six hundred food boxes were provided by the Valley Food Bank, and Only Hope Prison Ministries participated as well, handing out 600 Gospel of John Bibles and 600 Biblical Tracks on “How…

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