THE MAJORITY OF people SERVED BY THE REGIONAL FOOD BANK are chronically hungry children, seniors on fixed incomes and hardworking families who cannot make ends meet.

Click on your county for hunger statistics. *Data from July 1, 2018 - Through June 30, 2019.

Map Cimarron County Ottawa County Craig County Nowata County Texas County Washington County Osage County Beaver County Kay County Harper County Grant County Woods County Alfalfa County Woodward County Delaware County Rogers County Noble County Garfield County Ellis County Pawnee County Mayes County Major County Tulsa County Payne County Adair County Cherokee County Wagoner County Creek County Logan County Kingfisher County Dewey County Blaine County Roger Mills County Lincoln County Muskogee County Okmulgee County Custer County Oklahoma County Canadian County Sequoyah County Okfuskee County McIntosh County Caddo County Haskell County Beckham County Seminole County Pottawatomie County Washita County Le Flore County Cleveland County Grady County Pittsburg County McClain County Hughes County Kiowa County Greer County Latimer County Harmon County Pontotoc County Garvin County Jackson County Comanche County Coal County Pushmataha County Atoka County Stephens County Murray County Tillman County McCurtain County Johnston County Carter County Cotton County Jefferson County Choctaw County Marshall County Bryan County Love County Love County

53 counties served by the Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma



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