Become a Partner

Are you interested in being part of a movement of change and compassion in San Bernardino County and are ready to mobilize the necessary resources to improve the health and well-being of the community?

Overview

CAPSBC Food Bank receives both USDA commodities and surplus, or salvage, food from various 

Corporations and donors. We then redistribute these products to local non-profit organizations engaged in feeding people who need assistance. We provide all food items to our partners at no cost, hence partners participating in our programs are not allowed to require any monetary exchange from clients to receive this food aid.

 

Please note that all CAPSBC food bank partner organizations must have a current/valid nonprofit status, provide proof of insurance, and exclusively serve low-income individuals and families in San Bernardino County. Please review the following program descriptions prior to submitting your application or request:

 

We are currently accepting applications, however our priority areas are the high desert, San Bernardino mountains, and the Morongo basin/low desert. Other areas will be considered and placed on a waiting list.

Programs

  • USDA/EFAP – a monthly food distribution program of USDA food commodities

  • Salvage – a food distribution program of assorted donated foods available up to one time per week

  • CFA (Soup Kitchen) – a congregate feeding program where prepared meals are provided in a group setting

  • Senior Choice Nutritional Program – a market-style program exclusively serving seniors with healthy focused foods at a senior-centric location (ie- senior center, senior housing, etc)

  • Campus Cupboard – a program designed to alleviate barriers to student success by proving an on-campus student food pantry in a post-secondary education setting (ie- University, College, Career College, etc)

  • Special Event – a one-time request of CAPSBC Food Bank in support of a special event, community event, community outreach, holiday, etc.

 

Review Process

All applications and requests will be reviewed. Due to the volume of requests, applications will be considered based upon the geographic area served by the applicant organization and the program of interest. A CAPSBC staff person will contact should the aforementioned criteria be met. All other applications will be placed on a waiting list and considered as opportunities arise the area of service.

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Office Hours

Mon.-Fri. 8:00 am - 5:00 pm