The leadership and volunteers at North County Community Food Bank do their vital work with excellence, care, compassion, and efficiency. For many, it is a near thankless job of serving some of the most overlooked members of our community. But clearly nobody here is in it for the praise, they do so out of a desire to make a difference in the lives of others -- to which I say wow! We so appreciate an organization like this leading the way to help people!
This is a very well respected nonprofit serving low income individuals throughout North Clark County Washington. Operated by volunteers and two staff who are very caring, respectful and efficient while serving thousands of individuals every year, Monday through Friday. They are extremely creative in how they offer healthy pantry tastings each month, nutritious cooking courses, educational activities for low income youth, partnering with others in the community to provide school supplies and backpacks to children in need, and the many other things they provide in the community throughout the year. Great group to get involved with as a volunteer, donor or supporter.
In my estimation, great value for the donations made. A good steward of the public's trust with valued leadership and volunteers. Have been a supporter since I moved to Battle Ground
NCCFB is GREAT!! I have been a donor and a volunteer for a long time as it is something I really believe in and they do amazing things with a small amount of resources.
North County Community Food Bank (NCCFB) has been feeding hungry families for several decades and is considered the primary charity of the north Clark County Washington community. Their board is more dedicated than any other board I know, and they work hard to raise the money to feed the hungry.
My husband has been so impressed with their generosity and committment that they are his chief charity and he gives generously.
NCCFB is not a glamorous organization, but they are extremely effective and reflective of the generous spirit of the Battle Ground community where they are housed. I'm proud to be able to help their very honorable programs.