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You can make a difference! For every $10 you give, can acquire 130 pounds of food through our networks to feed the hungry children, elderly, and families in Siouxland. The Food Bank of Siouxland is a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization and donations are tax-deductible to the full extent of the law.

How to Give:
Donate securely online now.
You can even help us cover the credit card fees or you can opt out of covering those costs.

2) Electronic Funds Transfer:
Set up one-time or recurring donations through your bank’s bill pay program. Contact your bank or give us a call for more information.

3) Give Monthly/Quarterly/Yearly:
Be a sustainer and set-up recurring donations securely online now with your credit card.

4) Mail your tax-deductible donation to:
Food Bank of Siouxland, P.O. Box 985, Sioux City, IA 51102.

5) Wills & Estate Planning:
Did you know that by including charitable gift in your will or estate plan you can help continue the Food Bank of Siouxland’s work well into the future? Even a small amount can make a big difference. Consider what just 1% of your assets could accomplish given our buying power to help feed the needy! Learn more at Leave a Message Siouxland or by contacting your financial advisor, financial planner, lawyer or accountant. Thank you!

6) Employer Matches:
Help your contribution go even farther! Ask your employer if they match employees’ charitable giving and let us know – we can help you with any applicable paperwork!

Please Note:
Make sure to specify if you’d like your donation to go to a specific project. If you would like your donation to be given in someone else’s name, please send a note along with your check including the person’s name, clarify whether it is simply honoring that person, in lieu of gifts for a special occasion, or in memory of that person. Then, also please include the name and mailing address where we can send a letter of recognition to that person (or their family for memorial donations). Note: the donation amount is withheld from the recognition letter.