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SLO Food Bank

Coalition of San Luis Obispo County

Agency Partners

Apply to become an Agency Partner

If you are a charitable organization that serves the ill, the needy, and/or infants in San Luis Obispo County, and would like to receive food from the Food Bank Coalition, please complete the Application for Partnership and return to:

Aracely Aceves Lozano
P.O. Box 2070
Paso Robles, CA 93447
Fax: (805) 238-6956

What are the benefits?

- Receiving no-cost and low-cost food for your clients
- Help us spread the word about hunger in our communities
- Agencies can receive food credit for volunteeringWhat is required of you?

What are the requirements?

Quarterly Report
Those who regulate us require quarterly reporting. Agencies who don't report in a timely manner will jeopardize your ability to shop. Quarterly reports are due April 15th, July 15th, October 15th & January 15th. **Agencies that don't send in quarterly reports will be unable to shop until that have been submitted. 

ServSafe Online Training
Agencies are required to have one staff member or volunteer ServeSafe trained. This training is required every 3 years. ServSafe Step-by-Step Instructions

Agency Monitoring Form
Agencies are monitored every 2 years for safety and procedural changes. This opportunity allows us to find out what good things your agency is doing and ways that we can partner together.

Food Bank Holiday Schedule

To view and download a 2015 calendar of the holidays during which the Food Bank will be closed please click here.

Want to learn more about food safety?

- Agency Partner Handbook
- Visit the USDA Food Safety Website
- FAQs of Food Safty: How long will non-perishable food really last
- Ask Karen
- Download the Food Keeper Brochure

If you have questions or need more information about becoming a Food Bank Agency Partner, please contact:

Aracely Aceves Lozano 
(805) 238-4664