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The pandemic has put Thanksgiving at risk in Yolo County. 

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Yolo Food Bank COVID-19 Relief Fund, supplying needed food to residents devastated by the pandemic

The COVID-19 crisis has increased demand for food assistance in Yolo County by more than 60%, and Yolo Food Bank is responding. Distributing approximately 800,000 pounds of food countywide per month. Providing nutrition safely to 6,000 senior citizens and other vulnerable residents. Ensuring daily meals for at-risk homeless sheltered in local motel rooms. Expanding and adapting distributions, including drive-through access locations.


During the Crisis

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Delivery assistance, food distribution site monitors, packing and sorting, and other roles are needed on both an ongoing and occasional basis.

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Demand for food assistance has increased more than 60% and programs have adapted and expanded quickly to meet the need. Your support now saves lives.

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No One Should Go Hungry


Our Mission

To end hunger and malnutrition in Yolo County.

Yolo Food Bank’s Countywide Work and Impact:
A Chat With Executive Director Michael Bisch

Feel inspired when you click below to listen in on a recent Indivisible Yolo podcast featuring Executive Director Michael Bisch. He shares the behind the scenes strategies and partnerships that drive Yolo Food Bank’s mission to end hunger and malnutrition in Yolo County.

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For 50 years, Yolo Food Bank has elevated the common good for the people and communities of Yolo County by fighting food insecurity. Founded as a volunteer-run backyard gleaning program, Yolo Food Bank has grown to an organizational network of staff, volunteers and more than 80 nonprofit partner organizations. We coordinate the storage and distribution of food from a network of growers, manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers and grocery stores, while simultaneously cultivating new sources of food.


Our Programs

EAT WELL YOLOYolo Food Bank’s Eat Well Yolo program distributes fresh produce weekly, providing Yolo County residents with fruits, vegetables, bread, dairy and other perishable goods.
Fresh produce distributions are available to everyone. Please bring your own bag.More InformationEMERGENCY FOOD ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EFAP)EFAP is a Federal program that supplements the diets of low-income Americans by providing them with emergency food and nutrition assistance at no cost. Products vary, but often include non-perishable goods, frozen proteins, fresh produce and grains.MORE INFORMATIONKIDS FARMERS MARKETYolo Food Bank’s Kids Farmers Market provides a free weekly after school farmers’ market for approximately 1,050 elementary school students at seven schools in Yolo County.More InformationNONPROFIT PARTNER ORGANIZATIONS”My partnership experience [with Yolo Food Bank] has been terrific. It has provided much needed goods and services for my residents, who have expressed a lot of appreciation. I am always able to find healthy food options, pantry staples as well as basic goods when I come.” -Kylie French, Mercy HousingMORE INFORMATION


Yolo Food Bank’s Yolo Grown program increases access to locally grown fresh produce among food-insecure Yolo County residents by building a network of partnerships with local farms and seed companies.​