United Food Bank collaborates with a network of more than 250 organizations to distribute food to the hungry in the greater East Valley and Eastern Arizona. If you are interested in a partnership with United Food Bank, please read our eligibility criteria below or contact the Agency Relations Department at email@example.com or call (480) 926-4897 ext. 216. United Food Bank is an equal opportunity provider and all its partner agencies must adhere to strict nondiscrimination guidelines. You can read the nondisclosure statement here.
To become a United Food Bank partner agency, your agency must have been operating in good standing for a minimum of 6 months in a nonresidential facility. You must also have onsite, all necessary equipment to facilitate proper food storage and handling.
In addition your agency must:
-Be IRS certified as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization or faith-based equivalent
-Have a non-residential physical distribution site within our designated service area (click here to see a map of our
-Have and maintain any and all pertinent business licensing appropriate for your city, county, or state.
-Meet and maintain any and all necessary health and safety requirements designated by your city, county, or state.
On determination of eligibility, all agencies must attend an introductory visit at United Food Bank to familiarize you with our facility and operations. At the end of the visit, you will receive a complete partnership packet containing a full application and all other applicable documents.
Upon receipt of your application, United Food Bank will schedule an on-site visit to your agency to review completed application and to determine what food programs (if any) would be best suited for your agency.
*If your agency meets the eligibility requirements, contact the Agency Relations Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (480) 926-4897 Ext. 216.