Special Report

The 40 Best Food Banks in America

Source: Courtesy of Weld Food Bank

5. Weld Food Bank
> Location Greeley, Colorado
> Charity Navigator rating 100.0
> Total raised $20,946,875
> Percentage of expenses spent on programs and services 98.1%

Source: Courtesy of Second Harvest Food Bank of the Mahoning Valley

4. Second Harvest Foodbank of Mahoning Valley
> Location Youngstown, Ohio
> Charity Navigator rating 100.0
> Total raised $17,961,797
> Percentage of expenses spent on programs and services 97.1%

Source: Courtesy of North Helpline

3. North Helpline
> Location Seattle, Washington
> Charity Navigator rating 100.0
> Total raised $2,688,669
> Percentage of expenses spent on programs and services 95.9%

Source: Courtesy of The Foodbank Dayton

2. The Foodbank
> Location Dayton, Ohio
> Charity Navigator rating 100.0
> Total raised $13,526,901
> Percentage of expenses spent on programs and services 95.3%

Source: Courtesy of Food Bank of Siouxland, Inc.

1. Food Bank of Siouxland
> Location Sioux City, Iowa
> Charity Navigator rating 100.0
> Total raised $4,608,427
> Percentage of expenses spent on programs and services 97.1%

 

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