Feds Feed Families 2016

Posted on: 06-10-2016

Feds Feed Families was designed to help food banks and pantries stay stocked in the summer months when the usually... More

Educate

09-01-2016 - 01:00 AM

Cook a meal with your family and teach them that healthy food matter for all of us, including those in... More

Collect your loose change

09-02-2016 - 01:00 AM

Start collecting your change. At the end of the month donate it to the Food Bank.

Check It Out

09-03-2016 - 01:00 AM

Explore our website and get acquainted with us and learn about our mission.

Share this calendar

09-04-2016 - 01:00 AM

Share this calendar on your church or work bulletin board and spread the word about hunger.

Change your Facebook profile to orange!

09-05-2016 - 01:00 AM

Change your Facebook profile picture or cover orange for the month.

Newsletters

Newsletters 

 

2015

Newsletter_Holiday_2015.pdf

Newsletter_Fall_2015.pdf

Newsletter_Spring_2015.pdf

 

2014

Newsletter_Holiday_2013.pdf

Newsletter_Fall_2014.pdf

Newsletter_Summer_2014.pdf

Newsletter_Spring_2013.pdf

 

2013

Fall 2013 Newsletter

Summer 2013 Newsletter

Spring 2013 Newsletter

 

2012

Holiday 2012 Newsletter

Fall 2012 Newsletter

 

2011

Holiday 2011 Newsletter

Summer 2011 Newsletter

 

2010

Summer 2010 Newletter

Winter 2010 Newsletter

 

2009

Winter 2009 Newsletter

Spring 2009 Newsletter

 

 

Financial Information

990 Form: Food_Bank_NWLA_990_6-30-15.pdf

2014-2015 Audit: Food Bank NWLA Audit 6-30-15

 

 

Annual Reports

2015 Annual Report: 2015 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report: 2014 Annual Report

2013 Annual Report: 2013 Annual Report

2012 Annual Report: 2012 Annual Report

2011 Annual Report: 2011 Annual Report

2010 Annual Report: 2010 Annual Report

 

 

Policies of the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana: 

Privacy Policy: Privacy Policy.pdf

Conflict of Interst Policy: Conflict_of_Interest_Policy.pdf

Whistleblowers Policy: Whistleblower_Policy.pdf

Document Rention Policy: Document_Retention_Policy.pdf

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