Food Bank


Every person has access to nutritious food and is free from hunger.



To combat hunger and malnutrition by distributing food to the needy and advocating for supportive policies and legislation that will eliminate hunger.


The Food Bank distributes over 15 million pounds of food each year throughout San Bernardino County, even to the most remote locations. The Food Bank is supported by more than 3,500 dedicated volunteers who help make the food available to reach needy persons. 


To learn more about our Healthy Food Initiatives, click here.


For more info e-mail:

“During this time, CAPSBC will only be accepting food bank applications in response to COVID-19. While we understand and appreciate the intent to serve the community, CAPSBC will respond if able to the impact of COVID-19 in San Bernardino County. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation. ”


Due to the impact of the coronavirus across San Bernardino County, we urgently need help from our communities in order to help us provide food where it’s needed.


Our most pressing need right now is for volunteers.


Here’s how you can help:


  • Volunteer: Call 909-723-1525 if you can help. We are especially in need of groups or organizations that can send teams of people to lend a hand. We are taking every precaution to keep volunteers safe and healthy as they work with us.




We are deeply grateful for your support as we work to assist those in need.

Food Bank Programs

Soup Kitchens

Food Pantries

Campus Cupboard

Senior Choice

Get Involved At The Food Bank



Food Drive

Packaging Party

Partner Resources 

Salvage Partners

USDA Partners

Become a Partner

High Desert

Office Hours

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