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What We Do

What We Do

FIND sources food:

FIND sources food

FIND’s food comes from donations, purchased goods, or federal government programs. We secure food donations at different points in the supply chain, from local and statewide growers and manufacturers to distributors, wholesalers and retail grocers. The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP)—a federal program of the USDA, helps food banks distribute diverse, pre-packed foods sourced from different people and places.

Local businesses, professional and community organizations, homeowners associations, schools and faith groups sponsor hundreds of food drives each year. Start a food drive today.

If you are involved in the food industry, learn more about making a food donation.

FIND stores & packages food

FIND stores & packages food
The FIND team collaborates with volunteers to prepare food for distribution. Volunteers inspect, sort, repack and label food for distribution to our partner agencies and mobile markets. The Warehouse crew picks up and distributes food safely throughout eastern Riverside and south San Bernardino counties.

FIND distributes food across 5,000 Sq mile service area

FIND distributes food across 5,000 Sq mile service area
Partner agencies serve food in a variety of ways depending on the needs of their clients. At least 75% of our food supply is distributed to our partner soup kitchens, shelters, and food pantries and mobile food distribution.
Start a Program Older adult programs

Older adult programs

Providing food to older adults on a fixed income is one of FIND’s top priorities

Food Pantries & Mobile Markets

Food Pantries & Mobile Markets

FIND’s mobile markets and school partnerships ensure every kid can access a balanced meal year-round

Children & School Based Programs

Children & School Based Programs

Kids are the future, and they can’t take on the world without a balanced meal three times a day!

Outreach Services

Outreach Services

FIND’s Community Health Workers offer targeted support to help clients buy their own groceries and sign up for public benefits programs