The Foodbank serves a melting pot of over 700 certified charitable community agencies that care for hungry people in need, from all walks of life.
For example The Foodbank serves:
- Child care centers
- Senior centers
- Shelters for abused children and women
- Foster care
- Group homes for troubled youth
- Homeless Shelters
- Emergency box programs
- Soup kitchens
- Food pantries
- Recovery homes
- Church hunger programs
From well-known nonprofits such as Parents of Watts and L.A. Dream Center, to little-known agencies such as Ecumenical Liberty and Lighthouse L.A., these agencies feed hundreds of thousands of hungry people everyday. Small agencies may feed 20 to 50 people, 5 days a week, while larger agencies may feed up to 1,500 people, 1 to 5 days each week.