Demonstrate your organization’s commitment to feed our neighbors.

Choose to support the Food Bank in a way that aligns best with your organization’s goals. By working together, we can lead the way to end hunger in our community. Learn more about the variety of ways you can support The Food Bank. Please submit our online form to get started. You can also contact our Director of Development, Jillian Morgan, at (413) 203-4946 with any questions.


Truck Sponsorship

Increase your brand visibility by featuring your company’s logo on one of our Food Bank trucks, which travels through the four counties of Western Massachusetts.

Showcase your commitment to a hunger-free Western Massachusetts by ensuring that healthy food (including fresh fruits and vegetables from local farms) continues to be delivered to communities with high levels of food insecurity. Truck sponsorship includes placement of your logo on both sides, based on a 3-year commitment.

For more information, contact Cheyenne Burnham at

Learn More About Truck Sponsorship

Will Bike 4 Food

Since this annual ride to end hunger began in 2011, it has grown into one of the Pioneer Valley’s premier cycling events. This family-friendly fund and awareness raiser allows riders of all ages to choose from one of four scenic routes to help feed our neighbors in need.

Sponsorship Opportunities*
Presenting $15,000
Platinum $10,000
Gold $5,000
Silver $2,500
Bronze $1,000
Copper $500
*Custom packages available for most events.

In-Kind Sponsorships appreciated as needed.

For more information, contact Cheyenne Burnham at

Learn More About WB4F Sponsorship

Spring Event

Every spring, the Food Bank hosts an impactful community event to support our mission. The event aims to raise awareness of food insecurity in our region and encourages guests to actively participate in preventing hunger in our community.

Learn More About Upcoming Spring Events

For more information, contact Cheyenne Burnham at

March for the Food Bank

Each November, Monte Belmonte of New England Public Media leads a march against hunger through the Pioneer Valley for 43 miles from Springfield to Greenfield. Monte is joined by Congressman Jim McGovern, Food Bank Executive Director Andrew Morehouse, and a large group of supporters as they raise funds to help provide healthy meals to neighbors at risk of hunger in Western Massachusetts.

Learn More About March for the Food Bank Sponsorship

For more information, contact Cheyenne Burnham at

Direct-to-Neighbor Services

There are many opportunities to support financially the Food Bank’s programs and direct-to-neighbor services throughout the year. These programs include:

Mobile Food Bank
Our trucks deliver free, primarily fresh vegetables and groceries to dozens of sites across the four counties of Western Massachusetts for immediate distribution to vulnerable residents.

Brown Bag: Food for Elders
We provide a free bag of healthy groceries to income-eligible seniors once a month at 51 local senior centers and community organizations.

Our Nutrition staff provides healthy eating workshops, grocery store tours, and recipe taste testings using nutritious, low-cost food.

Member Food Pantry Capacity Building
We work with our members — front line local food pantries and meal sites — to provide training opportunities on vital topics such as volunteer management, advocacy, client intake, disaster planning, food safety, nutrition and food sourcing. We also provide mini-grants for freezers, refrigerators, shelving and other items to strengthen their capacity to distribute more healthy food to more people.

Sign up now

For more information, contact our Director of Development, Jillian Morgan, at (413) 203-4946.


While we can customize a volunteer opportunity for your company, here are a few examples of how you can prevent hunger in the community:
• Volunteer your time: Gather co-workers together to sort food in our warehouse or help at a special event.
• Volunteer your skills: Bring your unique skills to the table for a special project, including marketing, event planning, operations, strategic planning, facility management, etc.

Sign up now

For more information, contact Alex Santiago at

Round-Up Fundraiser

A round up fundraising campaign involves allowing customers to round their total up to the nearest dollar and then donating that money to the Food Bank. For example, if a guest’s total came to $23.58 and they chose to round up for your cause, $0.42 would be put toward a donation.

These campaigns have been highly successful with businesses like Guido’s Fresh Marketplace who kindly raised over $32,000 last summer to help the Food Bank provide healthy meals for neighbors in need in Western Massachusetts.

To get more information on setting up your own Round Up Campaign for The Food Bank, please contact Cheyenne Burnham at

Ongoing Fundraisers