Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services is committed to serving individuals and families in need. If a client approaches SFBFS with a need we cannot directly fulfill, we are dedicated to connecting them with an agency that can best meet their needs.
SFBFS stays connected in the Sacramento community is through Network Café and the North Area Collaborative. These monthly meetings are intended to bring organizations closer together to improve community resources in an effort to better serve people in need. Click here for more information.
Other SFBFS Resources:
- Program overview
- Parent Education
- Adult Education
Refugee Resettlement Assistance - Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services will soon begin receiving refugees assigned to them through the USCCB Migration and Refugee Services. Beginning November 1, 2014, SFBFS plans to receive and resettle 45 refugees during the first year. Refugees will be greeted at the airport, provided transportation to a furnished safe home, and assisted with obtaining an initial medical appointment, enrolling in English as a Second Language classes, cultural orientation and employment services, applying for benefits and much more. Volunteers are currently needed to assist with translation for all appointments as well as to help SFBFS secure housing and furnish the apartments/homes. For more information on the services or if you are interested finding out how you can help, please contact the