Ashland Food Angels

A Rogue Valley Grassroots Volunteer Organization

Food Angel Recipients

The Ashland Food Angels donates from 500 to 1700 pounds of food every day to a variety of Organizations serving the needs of low income residents in the Rogue Valley of Southern Oregon. If your organization would like to receive food donations from the Food Angels, CLICK HERE.

In addition, throughout the year, there are requests for food for special events, such as fundraisers, Native American gatherings, environmental activists, etc. No group who requests food is turned down. Food no longer suitable for people goes to feed sheep and goats.

  • ACCESS PANTRY (once a week) - serves about 300 people monthly
  • ASHLAND FOOD BANK (5 times weekly) - serves 900 or more people each month. (Food Angels provide nearly all the bread for the Emergency Food Bank plus fresh veggies.)
  • ASHLAND HEADSTART (2 times weekly) - serves about 40 families
  • ASHLAND HIGH SCHOOL - SAEJ AND CATALYST programs, six different classes, (100 - 150 students), once or twice weekly.
  • DAILY BREAD (2 times weekly) - free meals in Lithia Park, serving 20 to 40 people
  • DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES - (5 times weekly) undetermined number, many served daily
  • GOSPEL MISSION (once a week) - serves 3 daily meals to 50 to 75 men
  • HEADSTART AT BRISCO SCHOOL (twice a week) - serves 120 families
  • JACKSON COUNTY FUEL COMMITTEE (1 to 2 times weekly) - food for office staff, plus wood chopping parties of 6 to 20 people
  • NORTHWEST SEASONAL WORKERS (once a week) - food for office staff
  • NSWA PHEONIX FOOD PANTRY (once a week) - serves 10 families
  • RED EARTH DESCENDANTS (as needed) - food for youth and elder conference, kids camp, storytelling day, etc.
  • SCHOOL PROJECTS (as needed) - provides snacks for groups doing special projects, both in the Ashland School system and at SOU, including the free meals that were given out at Ashland Middle School last summer to children in need
  • SENIOR CENTER, Homes St. (1 to 2 times weekly) - serves 30 to 40 seniors
  • SOU FAMILY HOUSING (1 to 2 times weekly) - serves an undetermined number of student families
  • UNCLE FOOD'S DINER (once a week) - serves between 75 to 150 people weekly
  • WELLSPRINGS FAMILIES (1 to 3 times weekly) - to a undetermined number of resident families and individuals
  • WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN SHELTER, MEDFORD (once a week) - serves about 35 women and children

In addition to those named above, the 35 to 40 volunteers who keep the Food Angels project running are also often in need of food. In exchange for helping each week, volunteers can take food home for themselves and their families. For many this makes a real difference in keeping their lives in balance.

If your Organization would like to receive Food Donations from the Ashland Food Angels, please fill out the following form.

Organization Name:
Contact Name:
Contact Phone:
Contact Email:

Organization's Address for Donation Deliveries

Street Address:
Zip Code:
Type(s) of Food Needed:
(check all that apply)
Baked Goods
Fruit & Vegetables
Frozen Foods
Canned Goods
Dry Goods
Meat & Eggs
Desired Food Delivery Day(s): Monday

Desired Food Delivery Time(s):