Special Thanks to Surf Town Coffee!

What a WONDERFUL gift of local support from Surf Town Coffee Company & Grocery Outlet… paying it forward to champion hunger relief in Lincoln County getting over 1,100 pounds of non-perishable food to us for distribution.

The owner, Brendan, told us he got lucky with his Game Stop endeavours and wanted to pass along his good fortune to those who needed it most. Thanks so much Brendan and Surf Town Coffee Company. Here’s to you! ☕

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Be Jeweled is on eBay! 💎

You can continue your support of Food Share of Lincoln County by purchasing an item of fine gold and silver jewelry.  Rings, bracelets, pendants, earrings and more are available at reasonable prices.  All proceeds go to our pantries and partner agencies to help provide nutritious food for families, individuals, seniors and veterans.  Since we will not be having an in-person sale this year due to the virus, this is your opportunity to acquire something fabulous for yourself or as a gift.  Happy shopping! 💍

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Resource Guide for Food & Holiday Assistance Programs 🎅

This is our first compilation ( 2 Pages); if you know of any other programs in the county to add, or if there are changes that need to be made on this list, please email us or call 541-265-8578. We hope this is helpful.

Click the button below for a downloadable version of the entire list and check our Facebook for further information. https://www.facebook.com/foodsharelincolncounty/

F2F Food Box Distribution

Our “Farmer to Families Food Program” distribution of food boxes was a total success!

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Family’s Reached
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Individuals Fed *

We distributed 77 boxes of perishable food during our drive-up event on Friday, December 4th. Thanks to everyone who helped get the word out and the help of some loyal volunteers that made it happen.

* assuming 3 people per household

COVID Update

Currently, all pantries continue to operate on schedule. Scroll down for a list of pantry locations in Lincoln County.

We are monitoring current information about COVID-19, and adjusting our response as new information becomes available. As much as possible, we are trying to maintain critical community services.

For up-to-date information on COVID-19, we suggest visiting the Oregon Health Authority website