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Inside The Food Bank

Food Bank History

In 1982 a small group of local people decided that it made no sense to have surplus community food and hungry people. So, they organized a few churches and began the process of collecting food from the local commercial vendors, and distributing it through various sites in the area. The first year, 12,000 pounds of food were collected.

Network for Good GuideStar Profile

Independent online profile detailing current revenue, expenses and other nonprofit fiscal information.

IRS Letter of Determination for 501(c)(3)

PDF copy of the Food Bank’s official IRS letter of determination for 501(c)(3) nonprofit status. Food Bank donors will need this form for tax purposes.

Fairbanks Community Food Bank Service, Inc. Certificate & Articles of Incorporation

PDF file containing official copies of the Food Bank’s Certificate of Incorporation, Articles of Incorporation and subsequent Amendments to the Articles of Incorporation as filed with the State of Alaska Department of Commerce and Economic Development Corporation (DCED). This PDF file is comprised of copies made from the approved and registered documents in the DCED’s microfiche archive.

Food Bank Organization Chart

Flow chart graphic describing the management and staffing structure of the Food Bank
If you would like more information about the Fairbanks Community Food Bank, please E-mail us at Anne@FairbanksFoodBank.org or call us at (907) 45-SHARE (907-457-4273).
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