Food4Tots

Making sure our smallest neighbors have food.

Can you imagine a baby at a food bank? We can. Each month, we see more than 250 of our tiniest, most adorable neighbors. Food4Tots makes it possible for us to feed every single one of them.

We’re looking for church congregations, businesses, and any group that is willing to step up to be a Food4Tots sponsor. Each sponsor picks one month and hosts a baby food drive with the goal of collecting 1,000 jars of baby food or $1,000.

Become a local super hero! Become a Food4Tots sponsor and help us get the baby food our littlest neighbors need.

Contact us to learn more.

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Small Potatoes

Small Potatoes Gleaning Project works with local farms to recover vegetables that would be plowed back into the ground. Volunteers glean more than 200,000 pounds of produce each year and deliver to more than two dozen food banks and meal programs across Whatcom County.

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Small Potatoes Gleaning Opportunities

Small Potatoes Gleaning Project works with local farms to recover vegetables that would be plowed back into the ground. Volunteers glean more than 200,000 pounds of produce each year and deliver to more than two dozen food banks and meal programs across Whatcom County.

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Food Bank Fresh

By partnering with local famers in the Winter, we get a bounty of fresh food, at very reasonable prices, in the Spring and Summer. It’s a win-win.

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Victory Gardens

Our Victory Gardens program encourages home gardeners to donate surplus produce to Bellingham Food Bank. Each year our families benefit from more than 50,000 pounds of food donated from local Victory Gardens.

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Milk Money

35 percent of food bank clients are children, and fresh milk is an essential component of growing children’s diets. Our Milk Money program enlists groups to raise some of the funds needed for monthly milk purchases.

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Garden Project

This program recruits volunteers to build small, raised-bed gardens for low-income individuals and families. We provide all the necessary materials and these gardens generate great food and so much more.

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Food Drives

A food drive can be a wonderful thing! But not all food drives are created equal. Read these tips and tricks to make sure your food drive is a smashing success.

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