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...because no one should be hungry

Pantries & Kitchens in Douglas County

Pantries & Kitchens in Josephine County
Mission: To alleviate poverty and the causes of poverty in Douglas and Josephine Counties, UCAN Food Shares and Josephine County Food Bank are dedicated to the collection and distribution of emergency food to a food bank network of local member agencies serving low-income individuals and families throughout Douglas and Josephine Counties.

Who is hungry in Douglas and Josephine Counties?

  • 40% of the people served by our agencies are children
  • 30% of households have at least one person working
  • 91% of households served live below the poverty level
  • 33% of households served are two-parent families

How do UCAN's Food Programs help?

  • Providing food to agencies serving low-income people,
    including: eleven food pantries and six community kitchens

Where does this food come from?

How is UCAN Food Shares funded?

We are a community-based non-profit agency. We receive funding through:


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