Together we can feed people and change lives!

As a non-profit organization, Channel One Regional Food Bank depends on the generosity of our partners to help us feed our neighbors in need. Because of the cash and food donations received at Channel One, we are able to distribute millions of pounds of food throughout our region in Southeast Minnesota and La Crosse County, Wisconsin. There are many options for donors to give back at Channel One. Whether you give funds, food or time, you have the opportunity to change lives. Please visit our donation pages and find a contribution avenue that fits your style. Where else can your donation make such a big difference and change so many lives?

Donate to Channel One

Donate Food

Donating food is a great way to increase the supply of food and resources to those in need.

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Donate Funds

Your cash contributions make a real difference in the lives of local people who struggle to provide for their families.

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Corporate Donations

In relationship to our membership with Feeding America, you can be assured that food safety and the integrity of your brand are very important to us.

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Planned Giving

Through a planned gift, you can leave a legacy for future generations and help fight hunger for years to come.

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Capital Campaign

Channel One needs your help to complete our Growing to Give Capital Campaign for facilities expansion.

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Contribute with Confidence

Channel One is proudly accredited by the Charities Review Council Smart Givers Network. Nonprofit organizations such as Channel One earn the Seal by voluntarily participating in the Council’s online accountability Wizard. The Wizard is available to all nonprofit organizations soliciting funds in Minnesota and addresses a nonprofit organization’s performance in four critical areas: Public Disclosure, Governance, Financial Activity and Fundraising. By participating in the Accountability Wizard, nonprofit organizations can demonstrate responsibility, integrity and transparency to their constituents. View the Channel One Report online by visiting the Smart Givers Website.