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Fresh Food Drive

This isn’t your old-fashioned canned food drive!

Donate $5 when you are shopping at your local Farmers Market; Your money goes to purchase fresh food from farmers; HDFFA delivers all fresh food donations the NeighborImpact Food Bank.

So many ways to make an impact:

  • Community members donate $5 at HDFFA’s booth at Downtown Bend and Northwest Crossing Farmers Markets
  • Farmers market patrons purchase extra pounds of produce and donate at all regional farmers markets listed below
  • Gardeners deliver excess produce the HDFFA farmers market booths
  • Farmers provide end of day excess products

Fresh Food Drive Donation
Locations

Downtown Bend
Farmers Market
(HDFFA booth)
Wednesdays,
3pm-8pm
June 7-Oct. 12

Northwest Crossing
Farmers Market
(HDFFA booth),
Saturdays,
10am-2pm

June 18-mid Sept.

Sisters
Farmers Market
(Seed to Table)
Fridays,
2pm-5pm
June-Sept.

Redmond
Farmers Market
(Market Manager)
Tuesdays,
3pm-6pm
June-Sept.

Madras
Saturday Market

(Market Manager)
Saturdays,
9am-2pm 
June 4-Sept.17

This program is supported by a generous grant from The Clabough Foundation and Cow Creek Umpqua Indian Foundation.

“Every other week throughout the summer we were able to donate fresh lettuce, tomatoes, kale, potatoes and more to help folks have fresh food on their families’ plates”. -NeighborImpact

Other Donation Locations

If you miss the donation times at the farmers market, there is still a way to donate your excess fruits and vegetables. Many local pantries and kitchens gladly accept fresh food donations directly from community members. You can use our Fresh Food Donation Map below  to learn when and where to donate!

“I have donated freshly harvested carrots, zucchini and tomatoes from my garden. Sharing your gardens bounty is one of the easiest and helpful donations you can do for our community.” –Jules Greene

This map helps you to select the non-profit hunger relief agency closest to your location. To use the map, follow these easy steps:

  1. Click here to open the map in a separate page
  2. Once the map is open, type in your address and a green marker will indicate your location
  3. The red markers surrounding you are the locations of the local non-profits, which currently accept food donations
  4. Click on the red markers close to you to find out what type of food donations they currently accept, have access to their contact information including their phone number and website, and discover the days and times they accept donations