Though Michelle Ruiz keeps herself busy as the Madera County Food Bank Operations Manager, she’s proud of her work. Her job is no easy task, but she comes in every day knowing that she’s working to bring food and resources to those that need it the most in Madera County.
Madera County Food Bank is here for those who need assistance, especially when they go through a rough patch and need that extra help until they can get back on their feet.
From our Community and Emergency Food Assistance Program to our Senior Nutrition and Produce Program, we rely heavily on our staff to help make our food boxes and deliver those boxes to food pantries across Madera. One of those helping to serve the people of Madera is Caleb Pursell.
We’ve got big hearts at Madera County Food Bank. Big hearts to serve the people of Madera County who need food and much-needed resources. When Jamie Reyes came to us, we knew she had a big heart to help people in need.
We’re proud of the feedback we’ve received after people call the Madera County Food Bank. That we’re caring, helpful, and knowledgeable, it’s all thanks to Yolanda Brand.
Chad Roes stays busy working for the Madera County Food Bank. If you’ve ever volunteered at our warehouse or received food from the Food Bank, chances are you’ve met Chad.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed many people’s lives. Jobs were lost. Financial burdens increased. Even the simple act of buying everyday essentials and groceries became difficult. Though the pandemic is starting to turn around, many families and individuals find themselves still struggling to put food on the table.
Mike Martinez never thought he would need assistance when he came to us at Madera County Food Bank. But Mike is not alone.
Madera County Food Bank is always grateful to receive donations from our community. We’ve seen an unprecedented outpouring of support from our community this year. When we lost the ability to hold our annual fundraiser dinner this year, we were concerned about keeping our community fed. Our community proved to us that they show up…
The Holidays are here, and this year many local families are experiencing food insecurity. Madera County Food Bank works hard every year to provide boxes of food for families on Thanksgiving and Christmas. This year, our goal is to raise $25,000 to provide 2,000 boxes of food to families on Thanksgiving and another 2,000 on…