Food Bank University provides education and training programs for the Food Bank’s network of nonprofit partners.
Welcome to Food Bank University
Food Bank University provides education and training programs for the Food Bank’s network of nonprofit partners and equips them with the tools and resources they need to better serve the hungry in San Diego County.
Who attends Food Bank University?
Food Bank University courses are open to all nonprofit distribution partners that are members of the Food Bank’s Food To Nonprofits program. (For information on becoming a member click here). Nonprofit member agencies receive and distribute food from the Food Bank. This network of nonprofits includes food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, low-income daycare centers, senior centers, churches, schools, and day centers for the elderly and disabled
Food Bank University Courses
The Food Bank’s management team designs each training course with the needs of its nonprofit partners in mind. Food Bank University offers a comprehensive range of courses including the fundamentals of food banking; fundraising strategies for nonprofits; nutrition; food safety; nonprofit management and finance; communications; and volunteer management. All courses are taught by professionals with expertise in each core subject area.
For more information about Food Bank University contact Lisa Bacon, Nonprofit Relations Supervisor, at 1-858-863-5132 firstname.lastname@example.org