WHO WE ARE

The Westmoreland County Food Bank is a private, not-for-profit organization that supplies food to hungry people through a network of food assistance programs in Westmoreland County. Our 40,000 square foot facility is located in Delmont, Pennsylvania. Of each dollar donated to WCFB, $.95 goes to food and food programs.

WHY WE'RE HERE

Hunger and food insecurity are serious problems in America and throughout Westmoreland County.

WHAT WE DO

By acquiring food through local donations and government food assistance programs (State Food Purchase Program and The Emergency Food Assistance Program) WCFB serves the community in several ways...

For the 16,500 people who need charitable food assistance each month in Westmoreland County, hunger shows no bias.

  • 53% ARE WORKING POOR OR DISABLED
  • 34% ARE CHILDREN
  • 13% ARE SENIORS
over 7,000 disadvantaged families each month
We serve

over 7,000 disadvantaged families each month

WAYS WE SERVE
  1. We provide food to meal programs, soup kitchens, food pantries, emergency shelters and child care programs
  2. We provide the means for donors to put their food to good use while gaining tax credits
  3. We keep perfectly good food that can't be sold (because of damaged packaging or a close code date) from becoming garbage in land fills

We believe that by pooling together all of the community resources, we can make a significant difference in the fight against hunger.

Staff

Staff

Staff
WCFB Board
Board of Directors & Officers

WCFB Board

Board Members
Annual Report

Annual Report

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Press Room

Press Room

Press Room
Form 990
WCFB Financials

Form 990

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Financial Audit
WCFB Financials

Financial Audit

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