Who We Serve
There are more than 675,000 Oklahomans at risk of hunger every day, including one in four children in the state.
The Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma distributes enough food to feed more than 90,000 hungry Oklahomans each week through more than 1,000 community pantries, shelters, soup kitchens and schools in central and western Oklahoma. The majority of those helped by the Regional Food Bank are the working poor, seniors and children. View our info packet.
Those served include:
- Senior citizens on fixed incomes
- Working families who cannot make ends meet
- The homeless
- Indigent people working to recover from mental illness or drug/alcohol addictions
- Victims of domestic violence