The Food Bank solicits, transports, stores and distributes donated foods throughout Tuolumne County to individuals and families in need, and community based emergency food pantries in Amador, Tuolumne and Mariposa Counties. The program consists of Emergency Food Assistance, food for Seniors 60+, Food for Kids, Farmer’s Market, and Holiday Food Baskets at Thanksgiving and Christmas. Applications are available at the Food Bank, food distribution sites and several food pantries in Tuolumne County in October.
We are a volunteer driven program, currently utilizing more than 800 regular volunteers to keep the emergency food safety net secure. Many of our volunteers receive job training while working here in areas that include forklift operation, inventory control, facility and/or vehicle maintenance, customer relations and data management.
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FAMILY VOLUNTEER NIGHT -Spend Quality Time with Your Family volunteering for a good cause
Every third Monday we host an open family volunteer night. All ages welcome. Come for an hour and help out the food bank. No need to pre-register. Just show up. Come between 6:00pm and 6:30pm and stay for about an hour or as long as you like. We are located at 10059 Victoria Way in Jamestown. For more information, please give us a call at 984-3960. We hope to see you there!
Our direct service programs target demographic groups that are more isolated, like seniors and children or those living in outlying areas of the county. More than 50% of the foods we collect and distribute are to local emergency food pantries to insure that our local safety net is secure. With a focus on nutrition, 40% of food distributed is fresh produce.
Our current focus is to improve the nutrition available to those depending on charitable foods. Recent survey results have demonstrated a significant lack of access to calcium in the safety net. The Food Bank is addressing this through organizing community food drives for cheese and other calcium rich products. To become involved in this effort of other Food Bank work please contact us at (209) 984–3960.
Funding support for the Food Bank is provided through such sources as fundraisers, grants, and donations from individuals, businesses, community groups, and foundations.
Food for Kids
A year–round program to ensure low–income children receive food through the Food Bank, schools and other participating organizations and entities. There is also a Summer Food For Kids, where children are provided food in the summer through the Food Bank and participating partners to ensure year–round food for our kids in need.
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There’s never a dull moment at the ATCAA Jamestown Food Bank!
Our Food Bank needs a huge number of energetic team of volunteers, helping to do everything from sort food, engage community members during food drives, pick up and drop off food to local food pantries, and take part in the most powerful kind of outreach there is: sharing their experiences volunteering at the Food Bank with others. If you’d like to join the crew, please give us a call.
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Need more information? Call us (209) 984-3960
Walk In Cooler Project
The Amador-Tuolumne Action Agency is seeking cost quotes on the design, construction and installation of a Commercial Walk-In Cooler for their Food Bank located at 10059 Victoria Way Jamestown, Ca 95327. This Cooler is needed for the purpose of housing foods that are distributed locally for families in need. Bids will require contractors to provide engineered specifics. Please download the Walk In Cooler Specs and Instructions and walkin cooler sketch for more information.