Palm Beach County Food Bank procures food from grocers, farmers, food distributors, wholesalers, and food drives for nearly 200 local community partners, including food pantries, soup kitchens, and residential housing programs. Since its humble beginnings ten years ago, as a locally-led community food truck operation, Palm Beach County Food Bank programs have reached families, children, and seniors and connected those in need with available services and resources. Partner agencies distribute the products received, including culturally appropriate food and household essentials. This process ensures families have access to food and supplies when they need them most.
We are focused on fighting hunger in Palm Beach County through five programs – Partner Marketplace, Pop-Up Farmer’s Market, Benefits Outreach, Childhood Hunger Initiatives (Lois’ Food4Kids, Weekend Food for Kids, and School Pantries), and Groceries for Seniors. We support close to 200 partner agencies in Palm Beach County to distribute food that reaches
an average of 200,000 individuals in need every month.