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Food Bank of Alaska believes that no one deserves to be hungry. Since 1979, we have been securing donated food for nonprofit agencies to distribute to hungry Alaskans.

Scouts have goal to raise 60,000 lbs. of food on April 12th

Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts across our community will be collecting food for this year’s “Scouting for Food” drive on Saturday, April 12 from 10 am to 6:00 pm at all Fred Meyer stores in Anchorage, Eagle River, and the Mat-Su Valley. All food will be distributed through Food Bank of Alaska to hungry people in these communities.

Scouting for Food is one of the biggest drives of the year to benefit hungry children, families, and seniors in Alaska. Scouts will also distribute fliers about the food drive in local neighborhoods and return on Saturday the 12th to pick up any donations left on the doorstep. Says Food Bank of Alaska Executive Director Michael Miller, “We really appreciate partnering with these hard-working young philanthropists and encourage the community to support Scouting for Food.” After the food drive, scouts work to sort the food donations and get them out onto Food Bank of Alaska's shelves. Thanks to partners AARP, Carlile Transportation Systems, and Fred Meyer.

Can't make it to Fred Meyer? You can make an online donation to this food drive by selecting Scouting for Food as the donation category. Every dollar donated means four meals for an Alaskan.

You Helped Us Earn the $10,000 Match!

Thank you, Alaskans! 1,240 of you pledged enough from your PFDs to Food Bank of Alaska to exceed our goal and earn a $10,000 match from Shoreside Petroleum. You are the reason we love Alaska!

Love Alaska with a gift to end hunger

Be inspired by what former State Senator Arliss Sturgulewski says about why Food Bank of Alaska matters to her.

Potlatch Winter 2014

Potlatch is Food Bank of Alaska's bi-annual newsletter. Please enjoy reading about all of the amazing work that FBA, community members, and our food network partners do to ensure that all Alaskans have enough to eat.

Holding a food drive? Most needed items

Families with limited financial resources often have fresh fruits and vegetables at the bottom of their list because they are expensive. They end up buying highly cheap, highly processed foods that are high in calories but are low in nutrition. Help supplement restricted choices choices by selecting healthy and nutritious foods. Here is a list of most needed items. Find more information about holding a food drive on our food drive page.