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Our Next Volunteer Orientation is Coming Up!

We hope you will join us for the next Thurston County Food Bank Volunteer Orientation to learn about the many different ways you can help get food out to your community. Volunteers are needed in Olympia, Lacey & Tumwater — we hope you’ll join our wonderful TCFB volunteer team!

• Wednesday, February 1 from 4:30–5:30 pm
• Lacey’s Food Pantry @ 7027 Martin Way E

Hope to see you there! Click to learn more and apply!

January Drive Up Schedule

Questions? Call 360.352.8597

The January Schedule has been added to the Drive Up Locations page (under the Distribution Hours and Locations menu)

Olympia Food Pantry (FP)
INSIDE SHOPPING
Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays
220 Thurston Ave
Olympia 98501

Mon, Wed, Fri
10:30am-3PM
Lacey Food Pantry
(FP)
INSIDE SHOPPING

Tuesdays and Thursdays
7027 Martin Way E
Olympia 98516

Tue and Thurs
10am-2pm

Evening Hours
2nd Wed of the Month 4pm-6pm
Mountain View Church

940 Israel Rd SW
Tumwater 98501

Drive Up Model January 12th and 26th
10am-1pm

Two visits per week per household (one FULL, one SUPPLEMENTAL)
Supplemental = bread, pastry, produce, Starbucks items (when they are available).

**Important: Supplemental visits don’t get partial Other Bank supplies**

Give Local 2022 a Success — Thank You!

Thank you so much for supporting the Thurston County Food Bank through Give Local 2022. Your generous donations totaled an astounding $51,740 — more than doubling our goal!! Your continued support helps sustain our work going forward — with the mission for 50 years of ending hunger in our community. Thank you for fostering hope and resilience by caring for our community — we truly are Stronger Together!

If you didn’t catch our final, short video story, please enjoy:
Shared Community Values.
(For a PDF of the video text and description only, click here.)

We value and appreciate the vision and support of the Community Foundation of South Puget Sound for hosting Give Local 2022. Together, our community raised $785,920 to sustain and grow the work of many local nonprofits — wow!