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May
19
2016

On May 19th, Yuma High School Students completed their last volunteer day at the food bank for the 2015-16 school year. YCFB is proud of these particular volunteers who have grown and expanded their repertoires during the course of the school year. We will miss our resident, TEFAP bag experts!! 

Have a safe and fun summer! Until next year!!!

May
18
2016

As promised YCFB is reporting updates to the Summer Feeding Program. YCFB will host Breakfast and Lunch out of the Conference Room beginning June 1st!!! So come get out of the heat and enjoy a nutritious meal at the food bank. Children up to 18 are free. Adults can eat for a nominal fee. 

Monday – Friday

Breakfast: 8:30am - 9:30am (Adult fee $1.75)

Lunch: 11:00am – 1:00pm (Adult fee $3.25)

May
17
2016

Jakob Hunter endeavored to support the Yuma Community Food Bank, during the summer months when the need is the greatest. His benefit concert raised $847.00 for the food insecure in Yuma County. Because of this generous donation, YCFB will be able to purchase food that will provide over 7,600 meals to the Yuma Community. 

Thank you Jakob. Way to be a Wonder Leader for our community. 

May
17
2016

Thank you NALC for another successful Stamp Out Hunger event. With your help and dedication, YCFB brought in 7,443 lbs. of food for hungry families in Yuma. You are an amazing group and we appreciate you!

May
12
2016

In honor of Keller Williams National Red Day, our local Keller Williams organization is volunteering at the food bank. We are honored and grateful for this assistance. With the end of the school year insight and agriculture moving away from Yuma, the food insecurity needs seem to the the greatest at this time. Keller Williams volunteers are helping YCFB prepare for this anticipated need by preparing TEFAP bags and bagging bulk produce that will be issued to the food insecure families of Yuma County. 


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