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Read our latest issue of Fresh from the Food Bank here.
Summer 2019

Many equate summers with vacation. However, this summer may be our food bank’s busiest time in its history. For food bank families, summer is a time when need grows. Kids are out of school and not receiving free meals, and many working parents aren’t able to be with their children during the day to replace those meals. Gratefully as these needs grow, so does a lot of local produce.

Fresh from the Food Bank Archive

Spring 2019

Winter 2019

Fall 2018

Summer 2018

Spring 2018

Winter 2018

READ OUR LATEST BFB Advocacy team news here.
july 2019
may 2019

Government can really impact the lives of families we work with—in positive and negative ways. Bellingham Food Bank is looking to increase our voice when talking to elected officials. We hope our Advocacy Team will be ready and able to call or email elected officials concerning issues that impact our families.

2018 By The Numbers

Together, we grew hope. Here’s a glimpse at what we made happen in 2018.

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2017 By The Numbers

Together, we grew hope. Here’s a glimpse at what we made happen in 2017.

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2016 By The Numbers

Together, we grew hope. Here’s a glimpse at what we made happen in 2016.

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Garden Beet

The Garden Beet newsletter comes out during the gardening season and is shared with all Garden Project participants. It has lots of great information about organic growing in the Pacific Northwest, healthy recipes, and fun, garden-related activities for kids.

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Gardening Guide

Interested in gardening? Our Gardening Guide is a great tool to help you grow fresh veggies right here in the Pacific Northwest. It’s got information about when to plant, where to plant, how to plant and so much more. If you’re thinking of gardening, or already do and just need some help, this guide is for you!

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In the Press

Look here for all of the latest articles about our hard-working food bank! If we missed something in the press about our food bank and/or about fighting hunger in Whatcom County, let us know.

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