Our network of partner agencies are essential to our mission of "Feeding Hope Across Alabama." Without them it would be difficult, if not impossible, to serve so many of the 330,000 individuals who struggle with hunger.
They serve individuals and families directly by implementing on-site feeding programs, emergency food pantries, Meals-on-Wheels programs, and many other necessary assistance programs. In total, MAFB and our Partner Distribution Organizations work with over 800 Partner Agencies throughout the state of Alabama to reach out to those in need. We serve more than 300 agencies directly from our Montgomery facility and every year we create new partnerships to build an even stronger network.
Want to learn more? Attend an Orientation
Orientation for existing and new agencies (or those wanting to learn more) is held on the second Friday of every month (except December) from 9-11am. To reserve your spot, please call Vicky at 263-3784. Please note that children are not allowed in our facility.
MAFB is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and an equal opportunity employer and provider.
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Are you part of a church or non-profit organization that is interested in becoming a Partner Agency? We have all of the tools you need to launch your own food pantry or on-site feeding program to serve the hungry in your community. While there are universal standards for verifying the eligibility of those you serve, food safety and storage, please know that each agency program is different; you can design the size of your program based upon the capacity of your organization.
Looking to start a Feeding Program at your church or nonprofit?
Montgomery Area Food Bank (MAFB) Customer Service Supervisor, Daryl Bradford addresses 300 agency representatives in attendance October 30, 2015 at Fourth Annual Agency Conference within Montgomery’s Dalraida Church of Christ, 3740 Atlanta Highway.
It takes a network of dedicated professionals, volunteers and constantly resilient collaborative efforts to have hope of effectively combating an issue as pervasive as hunger. Collective partnerships with local partner agencies enables MAFB to provide assistance in 35 of Alabama’s 67 counties, with a staff of less than 30 people!
More images of the conference available on our facebook page!