All-Purpose with a Purpose!
Flour is one of the most sought after ingredients by individuals who rely on emergency food boxes to feed their families. We recognize this need and aim to give away up to 40,000 pounds of flour in 2011 with our All Purpose with a Purpose initiative. Starting March 1st, every purchase of Stone-Buhr Flour by a customer will trigger a flour donation to partner food banks located in Oregon, Washington and Northern California.
Help us get flour into the hands of those who need it most. Every time you purchase a bag of Stone Buhr flour (any variety), we will donate flour to one of our Food Bank partners. You can track progress on this website or our Facebook page.
San Francisco Food Bank
The San Francisco Food Bank is a critical link between food and people. Each year, we provide food to over 133,000 people through more than 600 community food programs. Hunger impacts people from every walk of life and we try to reach them all – from working families to senior citizens. Together, we will distribute over 33 million pounds of food this year to meet an ever-growing need in our community.
Oregon Food Bank
Oregon Food Bank is a nonprofit, charitable organization and the hub of the Oregon Food Bank Network, a group of 20 regional food banks and 915 agencies and programs serving Oregon and Clark County, WA. We work to eliminate the root causes of hunger through advocacy, nutrition education, learning gardens and public education.
Northwest Harvest Food Bank
Seattle community members created Northwest Harvest in 1967, to feed the hungry. Today we continue to fight hunger across the state of Washington through a network of partner food banks, meal programs and elementary schools, that provide millions of nutritious meals each year to those in need.
Spokane Valley Partners Food Bank
The Spokane Valley Partners Food Bank solicits and receives donations of nutritious food and related items for distribution to Valley families in need of assistance. Our food supply comes from individuals, church congregations, businesses, food drives, and through our membership with second Harvest and NW Harvest. Some food items need to be purchased. Donations are receipted, weighed, sorted into food categories and stocked on the shelves.