Welcome Nonprofit Partners!

The San Diego Food Bank and our North County Food Bank chapter work closely with nearly 500 nonprofit partners providing food assistance to 550,000 of our neighbors in need every month.

This web page provides links to resources and tools to better help our nonprofit partners operate a successful food program at their respective sites.

Food to Nonprofits Tools

Looking to place a food order for your agency or submit a monthly report online?

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Information About AB2178 and DEH 

On January 1, 2019, Assembly Bill 2178 California Retail Food Code (CRFC): Limited Service Charitable Feeding Operation (LSCFO) went into effect. The bill amended state law, the California Retail Food Code (CRFC), to provide regulatory flexibility for LSCFOs to serve wholesome food to those who are food insecure with a primary focus on food safety.



General Tools and Documents

2022 Food Center Calendar (Miramar)

2022 Food Center Calendar (Vista)

 Refrigerator/Freezer Temperature Logs

 Sample Pantry Cleaning Schedule

Helpful Items to Have on Hand


Educational Resources and Recorded Trainings

 Food Bank University – Fundraising Experts Panel (Originally recorded on Sept. 25, 2018)

 Food Pantry Prospecting and Grant Writing PowerPoint

 Donor Retention

Food Bank University

The San Diego Food Bank and our North County Food Bank chapter host several Food Bank University courses throughout the year covering a wide variety of topics. If you and your agency are interested in attending a future session, please CLICK HERE to learn more!


Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) Tools

2021 EFAP Income Guidelines (English and Spanish)

 EFA-7 Participant Registration Form (ENGLISH)

 EFA-7 Participant Registration Form (SPANISH)

EFA-7 Participant Registration Form for Use During COVID (ENGLISH)

EFA-7 Participant Registration Form for Use During COVID (SPANISH)

EFA-15 Alternate Pick Up Form (ENGLISH)

EFA-15 Alternate Pick Up Form (SPANISH)

EFAP forms in additional languages can be searched for on the CDSS website by language.


  • Product signs to help one-time volunteers understand and distribute “per bag” and “Per household” items. To be used with numbers distributed at registration.


 Civil Rights Training (ENGLISH)

 Entrenamiento de Derechos Civiles (Español)

Civil Rights Training Checklist
Lista de verificación de capacitación en derechos civiles


Neighborhood Distribution Tools

For Neighborhood Distribution site hosts:

Monthly Report
Signature pages (EFA-7) 


FEED Tools

 Oasis Client Intake Forms (Available in 15 languages)

Current FEED Oasis Agency Roster

FEED Oasis Insight Barcodes

Please contact Alison Erze,
the Food Bank’s Nonprofit Services Manager