IN KIND DONATIONS

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 Southeastern Food Bank would like to acknowledge our in-kind food and grocery donors. Thanks to their generosity, we are able to provide food to those in need throughout our communities.

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 Food and grocery donations from our corporate donors help the Southeastern Food Bank to reach more people. We receive food donations from national and local retailers, food service providers, and food companies. Then we re organize and re-distribute our donated items to our 50+ partner organizations located across 26 counties in Florida. We also host food distribution events through out the community, where we give  pre-packaged boxes of food to people in need. 

   

What types of donations do we accept?

   

  • Anything sold in a grocery or retail store including, but not limited to:

  • Discontinued products.

  • Recalled items.

  • Imperfect or underweight packaging

  • Rejected loads.

  • Quality control.

  • Food approaching expiration.

  • We also accept perishable items such as milk, meats, and fresh produce.

    

How does my company start donating food Southeastern Food Bank?

         

Southeastern Food Bank is set up to receive donations Monday-Friday 8am-4pm.

Please call ahead to make arrangements. Office 407-654-7777. 

   

What benefit does my company receive when we donate food?

Will we be protected if we donate?

      

In addition to helping end hunger in Florida, companies that donate products to Southeastern Food Bank may be eligible for several tax deductions. We will provide tax receipt upon request.  In addition, donating food and grocery products can help companies manage inventory and reduce warehouse and disposal costs.

 

**Food and grocery donors are also protected by the Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act.