Food Given Freely

The Fairbanks Community Food Bank collects and redistributes donated food to individuals and agencies.

BBQ, Petting Zoo, Book Signing, Storytime! All for the Fairbanks Community Food Bank, in honor of the Anne Weaver’s Children’s Book “Cow-MOO-nity” written just for them! All proceeds go directly to the Fairbanks Community Food Bank!
Cows! Illustrations! Limericks! OH MY! This delightfully illustrated book, filled with important mooooooorals, teaches children to share with those who are sick, volunteer in their community, and giggle often. Graze your way through the globe while you enjoy cows from around the world in this udder-ly enjoyable read aloud book. “Cow-MOO-nity” invites your children to be one of the “community helpers” so they, too, can moooove their cow-passion from their hearts into their hooves. No bull about it, this is one pasture-ific book!
Saturday, June 19th–Located at the Fairbanks Food Bank Volunteer Clubhouse at 2216 South Cushman Street from 12:00p-3:00p

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The Fairbanks Community Food Bank collects and re-distributes donated food to individuals and agencies. Food is distributed through many programs including Food Boxes, Bone Builders, and Agency Shopping.

The Fairbanks Community Food Bank makes a difference in the lives of neighbors by sharing resources. The generous people of Fairbanks truly live the lessons taught by the Stone Soup Legend – Fairbanks Style.

You may access our 990 (Organization Exempt from Income Tax) form on the Guidestar.org website (free registration required to access the form).

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