Going Beyond Hunger
Ensuring access to real, healthy food
Chester County Food Bank serves over 50,000 people through access to real, healthy food and education and wellness. We have cultivated a community-centered and holistic approach to not only address emergency needs but also the root causes of chronic food insecurity for households facing unique challenges in Chester County. See How We Work here.
We provide critically needed food distribution while strengthening our community through focused educational programming and partnerships in agriculture and gardening.
160+ Member Agencies
Our network of partners is purposefully diverse and our strongest asset as a food bank. CCFB relies on our member agencies to distribute food directly to those in need.Learn More
Partners and Community
We work with each agency to provide the right type and quantity of food while accommodating cultural preferences.Learn More
We strive to educate and address the root causes of hunger through our nutrition and education programs and by working to strengthen our community’s food systems.Learn More
A Fresh Approach
Our Agricultural Program is comprised of partnerships with local farms, purchasing at local produce auction, and our raised bed garden program. We strive to provide half of the food we distribute to be fresh fruit and vegetables.Learn More