Twin Lakes Food Bank helps over 44,000 people each year. Over half are children & senior citizens. We provide services to families, individuals and Citizens in our local communities.
We provide many services including food,clothing, resources and essential supplies for everyday living.
Grocery & Food Assistance
Any donation big or small is appreciated. For a list of Non-perishable food items or special needs, please call us. We gladly accept fresh produce all year around! We'll even connect you to a local group of "harvesters" to help bring fresh produce to our families in need.
Clothing Closets for Children, Women & Men
The Twin Lakes Food Bank is an extension of God's love to hurting people. For over 29 years the Food Bank has served families in need with supplemental food and clothing. Clients come to us for job interview clothes. Hard times can happen to anyone and your support insures that help will be available to those who need it.
Household & Baby Items
Blankets, small appliances, bedding and kitchen utensils, sleeping bags & tents are used year around. Baby necessities such as formula, baby food, disposable diapers, wipes and clothing are also needed throughout the year.
Senior Citizens Delivery
We have many Senior Citizens that are not able to make it to the food bank. They are refered to as homebound. We call this program our "Angels on Wheels" project. We have a team of dedicated, loyal volunteers in touch with the seniors just before the food delivery day, to find out if they have any special needs that we are able to meet. We are in need of specialty items for Seniors throughout the year.
Everybody should be able to celebrate a birthday! We keep "Birthday Kits" on hand for children & parents that might not otherwise be able to celebrate their special day. These kits are given out in a nice gift bag and usually contain a cake mix, frosting, candles, napkins, plates and a small age appropriate gift for the child. Happy birthday!
Stories from our Families:
"I live on a fixed income and if I didn't have the food bank to supplement my social security I wouldn't be able to buy my monthly medications"
"My husband and I lost our jobs a year ago and quite frankly are having some trouble making ends meet. We have 2 young children and they can't go hungry."