It’s hard to believe that in the land of plenty, so many families go hungry. In Whatcom county, fresh food is everywhere. And yet for many families, food is hard—if not impossible—to come by. We’re putting an end to this.

For the past 45 years, we have served as a hub, connecting our neighbors and emergency food providers with a steady supply of nutritious groceries, fresh food and a smile.

Summer Hours

We will be closed Monday, May 28 in observance of Memorial Day.

From May 29-August 31, Monday and Friday distributions will open at 10:00 instead of 11:30, and clients may visit two times per week instead of one!

Food4Tots Campaign

Each month, more than 250 infants rely on Bellingham Food Bank for food. Food4Tots makes it possible for us to feed our tiniest neighbors.

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Our Gleaning Project

Small Potatoes volunteers annually glean more than 200,000 pounds of produce from local farms and then we deliver these fruits and vegetables to area food banks, soup kitchens, and feeding programs.

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Milk Money Campaign

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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