KidCare International's Food Bank serves as a place of Compassion, Action, Resources and Empowerment for Families. KidCare International's Food Bank feeds more than 18,000 people each year. This number has doubled since 2019.
We believe… loving acts of compassion generate mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual wholeness.
An alarming 22% of young children in America live in poverty. As the financial challenges to provide for a family in the United States grows due to increased gasoline, food, and housing prices, KidCare’s Food Bank continues to give, without charge, critical supplies such as food, baby formula, brand new clothing, diapers, blankets, household and personal care items, and toys to needy families.
ALL SERVICES ARE PROVIDED WITHOUT CHARGE TO THE RECIPIENT
By receiving food a family will be able to direct their resources to paying rent or utility bills.
January-October, 2022 Report:
Total meals for the first 10 months = 216,132, pounds of food received = 359,717
Total households served = 4,654
Total individuals per age group served: 0-17= 6,322, 18-59= 9,010, 60+= 2,679
Total of individuals receiving food = 18,011
|What is required to receive Food Assistance?
1. Live in the San Bernardino or Riverside counties and provide a picture ID or utility bill with your name and address included.
2. Food Distribution on Saturdays from 10:00 am to 11:30 am
3. Emergency Food is distributed by referral from school officials, police or county officials.
Los Olivos Community at the Housing Authority of the County of San Bernardino.
1200 N. Campus Ave. Upland CA 91786.
Hours: Food Distribution on Saturdays from 10:00 am to 11:30 am
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* Partnerships multiply your gift: $100 donation will purchase approximately $500 worth of surplus food. Freshly donated food comes from Costco, Vons, Whole Foods, Smart and Final and others grocers.
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