MAFB is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and an equal opportunity employer and provider.
Any donations made through our website are done so through a secure server. We never sell or rent our supporter's names.
If you are in need of food assistance, please click on the “Assistance” link on our web site and add your zip code to generate a list of partner agencies near you. The Montgomery Area Food Bank does not provide meals at our warehouse facilities.
Our Hours of Operations are: Monday through Thursday – 6 a.m. until 4 p.m. Friday - 6 a.m. until 10 a.m.
Governor Ivey Issues Amended Safer at Home Order
Impact COVID-19 'Safer at Home' Order on MAFB Operations
Disaster preparedness is part of Montgomery Area Food Bank’s operational plan, and while measures are being taken to ensure the continuity of our operations, please continue to “watch this space” and monitor our social media for what will likely be fluid changes and adjustments.
The Alabama Department of Public Health (ADPH) has set up a hotline;1-888-264-2256 for the latest information regarding testing.
While developing the Hinman Building capital campaign, particular focus was placed upon delivering added value to donors. Community support of the MAFB mission through personalizing a Building Brick provides a unique means of ultimately receiving tangible recognition of that support, which will last. The community will quite literally be added to MAFB’s future and a donor’s generosity will be recognized as patrons, employees, volunteers and supporters enter our new E. Parke Hinman, III Building.
Capital Campaign Provides Visible, Lasting Recognition
All information in support of personalizing a Building Brick is available here - or by clicking on the brick logo on virtually every page of the MAFB web site. Corporate logos require an additional step of verifying trademark rights, but the entire process is direct and supported by customer service professionals to answer any of your questions.
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WSFA , Vance Law Firm Support Community Unity 'Alabama Strong'
You can donate as much as you’d like, but when you donate at least $20 you’ll receive a
The “Amended Safer at Home” order green-lights the reopening of entertainment venues, childcare facilities, athletic activities, and educational institutions and goes into effect Friday, May 23 at 5 p.m.
Athletic activities can restart May 23, though competition is suspended until June 15. Education institutions can restart June 1. And child day care facilities and summer camps are approved.
For general COVID-19 questions, call 1-800-270-7268, Your calls are answered from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Interpreters are available.
WSFA 12 News partnered with the Vance Law Firm to air a special hour of entertainment his past Saturday evening, featuring Alabama artists and celebrities reminding us that together we'll overcome the current pandemic.
The program promoted the #TogetherAlabama
Go Fund Me page in support of our mission, as well as the concept of community unity.
Partner agencies are directed to our "Agencies" page to stay current on operational changes impacting catalog pre-ordering.
Anyone associated with MAFB activities, including volunteers, clients and staff members are encouraged to follow the health recommendations from federal, state, and local officials.
Allstate Foundation Helping Hands Grant Starts with $20,000 Commitment
Since 1952, The Allstate Foundation has led national programs, partnered with national organizations and awarded Allstate Foundation Helping Hands Grants to local nonprofits in support of innovative, long-term solutions for those in need.
Allstate Foundation has committed a recent $20,000 grant, and is spearheading an ongoing fundraiser to try to increase that support.
During the COVID-19 Pandemic, that means combating hunger with good nutrition and supporting the Montgomery Area Food Bank mission.
You can join the efforts of the Allstate Foundation by clicking on the adjacent Allstate icon.