This September, join FIND Food Bank and our 200 Feeding America partner food banks across the country for the annual nationwide campaign to raise awareness and take action to fight hunger in the United States. For millions of Americans, a daily meal isn’t a choice between different dishes. It’s a choice between food and other crucial needs—like medicine, electricity, and childcare.

Leave no local hungry

Record high inflation at the gas pump and grocery stores is dragging on longer than expected, pushing more working people into food bank lines. FIND Food Bank helps feed 150,000 people each month struggling to make ends meet, and they need you to take action to Leave No Local Hungry. 

Everyone has the power to make an impact…

Todo comienza con una acción:

Host a Virtual Food Drive!

Start a fundraising page online and ask your organization, workplace, or friends and family to donate to end hunger!

Donating funds over food is the most effective way to help FIND provide hunger-relief while supply chain issues continue and transportation costs increase.

Virtual Food Drive Flyer

Get Your Businesses Involved

Start your own fundraiser, register your business to be a Hunger Action Month partner vendor, or share FIND’s Hunger Fact Sheet!



Purchase F10 Creative’s special Hunger Action Month pie in September and a percentage of the proceeds come back to FIND Food Bank!

849 Specialty Cocktail

Order the EIGHT4NINE signature cocktail at Eight4Nine Restaurant & Lounge to help provide approximately 32 meals for every signature cocktail sold in September.

Chef Andie Hubka Virtual Cooking Demo

The chef behind Cork & Fork, Heirloom Craft Kitchen, and Tu Madres Cantina is hosting a gourmet cooking demo with all proceeds benefitting FIND’s hunger relief programs.

Desert Beer Company

Purchase the seasonal Octoberfest Beer on September 15th and donate $2 to the food bank! Don’t miss FIND’s very own Jeff Campbell performing live for donations.

Tienda de vinos del desierto

Join our friends on 111 on September 28, from 5:30-7:30 pm for, a special catered Wine Tasting for $50 per person with a special guest and silent auction.

Purchase Your Tickets

Hotel Paseo Happy Hour

On September 30th from 3-5 PM, 40% of proceeds from the Desert Sunrise cocktail will fight hunger in the Coachella Valley.

Hamburguesa a la parrilla

Mencione FIND Food Bank en la hamburguesería favorita de este local en September 20th, 11 AM – 8 PM, and 20% of those sales will help FIND feed 150,000 people on average monthly!

Perfect Pint

All month long the net proceeds from the homemade Cookies n Cream flavor custard will be donated to FIND. Grab your pint while it’s still in stock!

La Fe Wine Tasting

Sip on five select wines for $30 at La Fe’s Wine Tasting Fundraiser on September 19, 5-7 PM, and see 100% of your purchase benefit FIND!

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Thank You 2022 Sponsors!

Hunger Action Month Partners

¡Vaya naranja!

El naranja es el color de la conciencia del hambre porque se destaca cuando el hambre no lo hace. Con demasiada frecuencia, nuestros vecinos se saltan las comidas en silencio para cubrir el alquiler, pagar los medicamentos o mantener la electricidad encendida, pero eso es inaceptable.

In 2022, There were nine cities in the Coachella Valley and two cities we serve in the Hi-Desert Morongo Basin region that were committed to leaving no local hungry in their neighborhoods. To bring attention to the injustice of hunger in our communities each Coachella Valley city lit up City Hall, a central monument, or another city staple orange.

Take a picture of the orange you see, wear orange yourself, and keep advocating for our locals facing food insecurity!

Edificio de la Administración Tribal de la Banda de los Indios Cahuilla de Agua Caliente

Ayuntamiento Catedral

Escultura Coachella Etherea

Desert Hot Springs – Palm Dr.

Desert Regional Medical Center, Palm Springs

Indian Wells – The Grove

Indio – “Colossal Cacti”

Centro cívico de Palm Desert

Ayuntamiento de La Quinta

Palm Springs – The Rowan Hotel

McCallum Theater

Biblioteca pública de Rancho Mirage