Ways To Give

Fill plates, nourish communities.

When you give money, food, or time or raise your voice for the cause to end hunger, you fill plates for struggling children, families, and seniors and provide them with a chance for a better future. With just a $25 donation, you help the Food Bank of Alaska acquire 75 meals to feed a family of three for a week.

We accept gifts of stock and securities. Please call our Chief Philanthropy Officer, Jason Dinneen, at 907-222-3112 or email jdinneen@foodbankofalaska.org to request our donation of securities form.

Fred Meyer – Community Rewards

Fred Meyer offers a Community Rewards program. When you shop with your Fred Meyer’s reward card they will donate to a non-profit or charity of your choice!

How to opt in:

  1. Visit www.fredmeyer.com
  2. Sign in or create an account.
  3. Click on “My Account”
  4. Click on “Community Rewards”
  5. Search for “Food Bank of Alaska”
  6. Click “Enroll”

Midas – One Change Leads to Another

In need of an oil change? Stop by any Midas Alaska store, and they will donate $1 from every oil change to the Food Bank of Alaska.

Charity Miles

Raise money to feed hungry people while walking, running, or biking. Just download the Charity Miles app and select Feeding America.

Will your employer match your gift?

You may be able to double your donation and provide twice as many meals through a matching gift program. Even if you’ve retired, you may still be able to take advantage of these programs. Please use development@foodbankofalaska.org if you are submitting a request through your company.


We take our responsibility seriously to be the best stewards of the resources you entrust to us. We will use your gifts wisely to further our mission of putting food on the table for children and families. Review our most recent audit, code of ethics, and nondiscrimination policies here. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to contact Jason Dinneen, Chief Philanthropy Officer, at 907-222-3112 or by email at jdinneen@foodbankofalaska.org.

Our Pledge To You

All personal information you give will NOT be rented, sold, or shared with any other company or organization.

The Donor Bill Of Rights

Philanthropy is based on voluntary action for the common good. A tradition of giving and sharing is primary to the quality of life. To ensure that philanthropy merits the respect and trust of the general public and that donors and prospective donors can have full confidence in the nonprofit organizations and causes they are asked to support, we declare that all donors have certain rights listed in the Donor Bill of Rights.

Food Bank of Alaska’s Gift Acceptance Policy



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