Feeding families in the East Valley with dignity and respect since 1983. The Superstition Community Food Bank has been serving the community, growing from feeding 20 individuals to now over 40,000 individuals, annually. 56% of our food bank services benefit children and senior citizens.
Welcome to Superstition Community Food Bank
Together with our volunteers and partners, Superstition Community Food Bank provides food services to qualified individuals and families in East Valley communities with kindness, respect and dignity.
Ways You Can Help
Raise money and awareness for our organization in a formal, casual, or festive way; it’s up to you! Here are a few simple ways you can donate.
It's Our 40th Anniversary!
Celebrate it with us!
We are looking for 1000 people to make a one time $40 donation towards our $40,000 goal to help us purchase a cargo van to improve overall distribution and food bank efficiencies.
Will you be one of our donors?
Dedicate some of your time every month. We need adult volunteers now more than ever. We welcome volunteers willing to give as little as one shift a month to one a week – about 3.5 hours per shift.
Clean water is one of the most desperate needs in our community. Pallets, cases, and bottled water is always accepted at the food bank. Every year we hold a community wide water drive, Hydration Station, March through September.
Food drives are a fantastic way to bring the community together through a common goal of helping others in need. Get your friends, family and neighbors involved in the fight to end hunger.