1st and 3rd Thursdays Each Month

Chinook Food Bank

When: 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays each month

Where: Behind the Chinook School. Basic dry goods and frozen or cold foods are delivered to our people’s cars.

2023 Statistics

The food bank supports hundreds of individuals each month. The statistics provided below represent a cumulative total through September 2023 from monthly reports.







Link Your Fred Meyer Rewards Card

Donate to the Food Bank every time you shop at Fred Meyer!

Sign up for the program by linking your Fred Meyer Rewards Card to Friends of Chinook School for Chinook Food Bank (#81341). Sign up online or call 866-518-2686.

About the Food Bank

Through the years we’ve gotten to know our community, hear and empathize with their stories and hopefully add some bit of relief in one aspect of their lives. But we can’t do it without you, our community donors, who contribute food, toiletries, household and even fur baby’s food.

We depend on the community’s generosity, especially that of the Corder Foundation. We have been a recipient of matching funds from the foundation, raising close to $35,000 for Chinook in the past 3 years.

We are constantly awed and thankful of the generous donations that come to us throughout the year.

We report our Food Bank statistics monthly to the State of Washington Agriculture Department Food Assistance Program where we are enrolled in the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), and NW Coastal Harvest, our area food distributor.

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Our Crew

Averaging 75 to 90 hours per month, these volunteers know the meaning of community giving and we are lucky to have them. Our Coordinator, Kathy Hughes, has boundless energy and is always there on food bank day with treats. Additionally, our enthusiastic crew consists of, Debbie Patana, Jim Kirsch, Leslie Walters, Kim Wirkkala, Blaine Ketcheson, Sheila Cox, Kenny Ooley, Mike Swenson and Jerry Cox.