Donate to the Food Bank
There are several different options to contribute to the Food Bank. Choose your way to donate below!


Your contribution will help us to feed hungry families in Southeast Nebraska. Choose one method below to give your gift. You may even elect to make a recurring donation.

All donations to the Food Bank are tax-deductible, so please print and save your receipt for tax purposes. Thank you very much for your support, which helps achieve our mission to alleviate hunger in Southeast Nebraska.


 
Credit Card Donation
You can help with a General Contribution or a Contribution to the BackPack Program.

General Donation
$25.00 Your gift will feed a low-income family of four for almost a week.
$50.00 Your gift will help feed a senior citizen on a fixed income for 6 1/2 weeks.
$75.00 Your gift will help feed someone who has been laid off for the next three months.
$100.00 Your gift can help nourish a family of an under-employed single mom with two kids for a month.
 Other:
Any amount will help.
 One-Time Gift
 Recurring Gift  (Monthly)

You will be taken to a secure online credit card form.

Virtual Food Drive
You may help hungry people in your community by making a monetary donation using a credit card through this virtual shopping experience.

Click below:

 




PayPal Account
PayPal™ securely processes donations for Food Bank of Lincoln. You can complete your payment with just a few clicks through your PayPal account.

Check or Money Order

Please mail your contribution to:

Food Bank of Lincoln
P.O. Box 29228
Lincoln, NE 68529


Electronic Funds Transfer

A convenient way to have your donation automatically transferred from your checking account to the Food Bank.  We guarantee the information is uploaded securely via Union Bank. 

 

Click Here to download the form and follow the included instructions.

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Mailing Address:   P.O. Box 29228  •  Lincoln, NE 68529
402-466-8170  •  info@lincolnfoodbank.org
Located at:   4840 Doris Bair Cr. Ste. A
Fact: Programs such as food stamps, affordable housing, and child care and transportation assistance also help low-income workers make ends meet.
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