Imperial Valley Food Bank (IVFB) is an independent, non-profit charitable corporation, created and operated for and by residents of Imperial Valley with the purpose of feeding those in need living in Imperial County.  The food bank was established in 1991 after a college professor and his students identified the need for a food pantry in Imperial County and took action. The class began distributing food from a garage, and over the years, in response to the apparent needs of Imperial County residents, IVFB grew in size, structure, and purpose.  Thanks to rural development grants from the United States Department of Agriculture in partnership with the County of Imperial, IVFB now operates within over 12,000 square feet of warehouse and office space at its facilities in the perimeters of  the city of El Centro, serving an average of over 20,000 individuals in need each month.


ACTION ALERT- Sign the Petition

Tell California lawmakers and Governor Brown to support California Seniors and People with Disabilities on SSI/SSP by raising grant levels, providing a Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) for the state (SSP) portion of the grant, and addressing hunger among SSI/SSP recipients who are currently NOT eligible for federal food assistance. Lets ask them to bring all SSI/SSP recipients above the Federal Poverty Level!

Sign the petition today! Follow link: http://bit.ly/CA4SSIPetition

prev June 2015 next
282930 (TODAY)

Sunday, June 28th, 2015

Bowling to Strike Out Hunger

Category: Events
Time: 3:00pm
Location: Brunswick Zone XL- 950 N Imperial Ave, El Centro CA, 92243
            Join us for a corporate challenge bowling tournament to fight hunger.  Getting involved is easy: Select five members of your business to form a... Read More