From food pantries and senior centers to schools and shelters –
we are all in this together
Updated May 2023
Montana Food Bank Network (MFBN) provides wholesale access to food to more than 340 Network Partners. These Network Partners provide direct services to individuals and families in need by distributing food and grocery products to clients in their service areas.
Network partners range from community food banks to small pantries in rural towns. To locate all of MFBN Network Partners view our Resources Map.
Montana Food Bank Network operates on a 6-week order and delivery cycle. At the start of each cycle, MFBN provides a shopping list for several food programs offering caseload quantities to network partners. Our partners place their orders then MFBN schedules their delivery.
Through a partnership with Montana Food Bank Network, network partners can reduce the amount spent on food purchases and use those much-needed funds elsewhere. Montana Food Bank Network serves as a supplemental food resource for its partners and encourages the development of long-term solutions to hunger in Montana.
For more information contact Jesse Schraufnagel, Agency Relations Coordinator.