Apache Junction Food Bank
those in need
Every year the Apache Junction Food Bank serves hundreds of people each week. Our staff consists of two employees and hundreds of volunteers. As a non-profit organization we are supported by volunteers and donors. Without you we would not succeed in our mission to feed the hungry and give desperately needed aid to those in need.
You make the difference:
donate time, talents, or commodities
Our food bank provides a 3 to 5 day emergency supply of food for individuals and families in need. Need help? Click on the links below for more information.
The Apache Junction Food Bank has been an advocate for feeding the hungry since 1982. As a volunteer organization, we have depended on the generosity of volunteers who give their time, talents, and resources towards reaching this goal.
It's never too early to prepare for the Post Office Food Drive sponsored by the National Association of Letter Carriers. This food drive is the largest single day event bringing in thousands of pounds of food nationally. The Apache Junction food bank encourages you to leave unopened non-perishables for your letter carrier.
Coordinating this event requires hundreds of volunteer hours. If you can volunteer for this event, please contact the food bank by filling out a form on our volunteer page.
Rice-a-roni, green beans, and tomato soup all spotted marching next to the food bank truck in the Apache Junction holiday parade!
Join us at the Arizona Renaissance Festival March 29th and 30th when the donation of a canned food item will admit one child for each paid adult. Hip hip huzzah!
Thank you Gold Canyon Golf Resort and Golfers! The 7th Annual Day of the Cowboy event raised over $12,000 for the hungry!
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