Together with our volunteers and partners, Superstition Community Food Bank provides emergency food services to qualified individuals and families in East Valley communities with kindness, respect and dignity.
Emergency Food Bank
Since 1983 the Superstition Community Food Bank Reach Out Food Bank has served thousands of people in the East Valley communities. We are an emergency food bank offering assistance to individuals and families in need in Superstition Community Food Bank, Gold Canyon, Northwest Pinal County, and East Mesa.
Commitment to Developing Food Security
Working with our partners and volunteers, we look for ways to develop food security and minister to other needs of our neighbors.
Many of our clients are among Arizona’s “working poor,” that is, those who have jobs but still cannot make ends meet.
Our primary commitment is to find, rescue, and distribute food to hungry people through an efficient food distribution model. Using voluntary contributions of food, money, and services from the community, we strive to live up to our mission.
Non-profit 501(c)3 Organization
We are a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. This means your donations to our food bank are tax deductible (consult an accountant for more information).
As a 501(c)3 non-profit organization we are supported by our volunteers and donors. Your donations remain here.