Shreveport Bossier Zombie Walk

Posted on: 09-22-2016

The undead are coming back after a hiatus to help the community of the living on October 1 from 4-9... More

Hunger Action Month 2016

Posted on: 09-01-2016

September is Hunger Action Month and the Food Bank is making plans to raise awareness about the issue of hunger... More

Red River Revel

Posted on: 09-01-2016

Come paint a clay flower pot with us! Or volunteer to help!

Food Bank Job Opening - Development Director

Posted on: 06-24-2016

Visit Us

09-28-2016 - 01:00 AM

Call and schedule a tour of the Food Bank so you can see how it operates.

Sign up for our newsletter

09-29-2016 - 01:00 AM

Contact the Food Bank so your organization can receive our newsletter and be added to our email list.

Continue to help

09-30-2016 - 01:00 AM

Continue to help the Food Bank all year long.

Wish List

Ways You Can Help the Food Bank...

Volunteer at the Food Bank (See below)

Host a Food Drive

Host a Virtual Food Drive

Be a Volunteer Driver

Coordinate a Garden Club to keep up our grounds

Make a Donation

Invite us to speak to your group

Support our 'Empty Bowls' annual fundraiser

Host a Bowl Painting Party to benefit our 'Empty Bowls' fundraiser

'Like us' on Facebook and Twitter

Check out our videos on youtube



We could not do what we do without the help of our wonderful volunteers! Volunteers work in the sorting rooms helping us pack senior boxes and sort food items.

Volunteers may come Monday-Thursday, 8am-12pm and 1pm-4pm. Weekends are also available. Groups are encouraged to call ahead to set up your volunteer day(s) and time(s).

Please call Gene Haynes, 675-2400 ext.115 or email for more information on volunteering.



The Food Bank provides more food for our community when essential professional services and products are donated.  We have an on-going need for vehicle and fork lift services, minor plumbing and electrical work and lawn maintenance.   Please call us at (318) 675-2400.  Every donation, large or small, is appreciated.



Planning a Food Drive?  Click below for a list of the Top 10 Food items and Top 10 Back Pack Food Items.

Top 10 Food List

 Top 10 Back Pack Food List


For more information about planning a food drive contact Gene Haynes @ or call 675-2400 ext 115

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