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The Cultural Cup Food Bank

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Food, Food Banks & Pantries, Food Programs, Nutrition

Mission: CCFB is committed to providing fresh, quality food in a manner that protects and maintains a high level of dignity and respect for people with special nutritional needs for all people of diversity.

Results: Since January 2014 CCFB has distributed over 5,571 emergency food boxes to those in need.

Target demographics: those with medical/religious restricted diets as well as low-income families, individuals; elderly, handicapped, homeless of all diversities.

Direct beneficiaries per year: families with 2 or more children as well as refugee families.

Geographic areas served: Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona

Programs: Emergency food boxes, *when available*: emergency baby boxes, hygiene kits, gently used clothing & baby items, SNAP application processing by walk-in and appointments.

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22 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters


General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

CCFB is an outstanding orginization that helps serve so many need people within the Greater Phoenix Area. They work day in and out to ensure proper nutrition and healthcare is provided to those most in need. I would highly recommend this orginization to be commended on their service for the people of Phoenix.



Rating: 5

For 3 years as a Kindergarten teacher in a local charter school I approached the director of The Cultural Cup Food Bank and asked her if I arranged a weekly food drive for a year would The Cup pick up weekly on a certain day and a certain time? I was told absolutely they would and she was profusely grateful for this idea and wanted to help me bring it about. So flyers went out to parents and teachers taught
units on humanity, giving back to the community and helping those less fortunate. To my amazement the year went by fast with over two thousand pounds of food collected and around $300 in cash donated.
It went better than expected we did it 2 more years before I retired. All I can say is The Cultural Cup's Mission Statement and values are real. They care, and they try their hardest to see to it that the people knocking on their door do not go away hungry wondering where they will find food. If you are reading this and can find it within yourself to favour them with a monetary contribution, rest assured it will get used wisely and trust me, you will feel better for it.
Daniel F. Ciskal



Rating: 5

This organization and the people in it make the best effort to treat everyone, volunteers and clients, to feel welcomed, and respected. I've seen families we've helped, actually cry because they came in feeling down and left feeling happy and uplifted

Review from Guidestar