Special Report

The 40 Best Food Banks in America

Source: Courtesy of North Country Food Bank, Inc.

35. North Country Food Bank, Inc.
> Location Crookston, Minnesota
> Charity Navigator rating 96.5
> Total raised $10,916,670
> Percentage of expenses spent on programs and services 96.0%

Source: Courtesy of Fulfill

34. Fulfill
> Location Neptune, New Jersey
> Charity Navigator rating 96.5
> Total raised $24,869,590
> Percentage of expenses spent on programs and services 95.4%

Source: Courtesy of The Foodbank of Southern California

33. The Foodbank of Southern California
> Location Long Beach, California
> Charity Navigator rating 96.5
> Total raised $79,231,317
> Percentage of expenses spent on programs and services 99.7%

Source: Courtesy of Feed My People

32. Feed My People
> Location Saint Louis, Missouri
> Charity Navigator rating 96.5
> Total raised $5,615,440
> Percentage of expenses spent on programs and services 92.2%

Source: Courtesy of Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona

31. Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona
> Location Tucson, Arizona
> Charity Navigator rating 96.5
> Total raised $110,878,352
> Percentage of expenses spent on programs and services 96.2%

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