How To Become A Member
2016 Annual Agency Conference Overview
FDA's Recalls, Market Withdrawals, & Safety Alerts
Printable Monthly Report Form
USDA Eligibility Guidelines, English (2016-17)
USDA Eligibility Guidelines, Spanish (2016-17)
USDA Inventory Chart
Civil Rights Grievance Procedure
TEFAP Written Notice Sample Poster
TEFAP Beneficiary Referral Request Form
FOOD SAFETY INFORMATION
Food Safety Training Quiz
Food Keeper - Safety & Storage Advice
Food Transportation Log
Eat By Date - How Long Does Food Last?
Still Tasty - Is It Safe? Shelf Life Guide
What is SNAP?
Farmer's Market Vouchers for Senior Adults
AmpleHarvest.org (FREE Produce)
United Way Referral Line - Dial 211
Recipes and Nutrition Information
Looking For Creative ways to use your order of fresh produce? Click Here!
Produce Cards: We have created helpful handouts on how to store, cook, and prolong the life of our favorite fresh produce. Print these out and provide them to your families in need!
Delivery Charges are $.03/lb. Orders under 2,000 pounds will not be eligible for delivery.
Note: Trucks cannot carry more than 6500 pounds. Contact Wayne Linder to discuss the possibility of scheduling your
agency for a delivery.
NEWS AND EVENTS
FOR MEMBER AGENCIES ONLY
**If you are an individual needing assistance in obtaining food for your family contact
the United Way Referral Line:
Dial 2-1-1 or (888) 421-1266 or click here.
Agency Training and Agency Express Classes (mandatory for newly approved agencies; optional for current agencies)
2017 Training Dates: June 20th July 18th August 15th
The compliance and paperwork portion of the class begins at 9 a.m. If you only need Agency Express Training, that portion begins at 10:30 a.m.
Please contact anyone in the Agency Relations Department to sign up for any of the classes listed.
AGENCY EXPRESS 3 (Online Shopping)
Agency Express 3 is an online shopping web site that allows agencies to browse, shop and place orders for food and
other available inventory within the Food Bank. Each agency will also have the ability to schedule a time to pick up
their orders from the Food Bank.
If you would like your order delivered, you must first contact Wayne Linder in order to determine if your agency meets the criteria for delivery. Information about delivery is listed in the section to the left.
CLICK HERE TO LOG IN AND PLACE ORDERS
*PLEASE REMEMBER TO SUBMIT YOUR CART BEFORE LOGGING OUT*
(Please do not place orders more than 2 weeks before pick-up date)
Please note: Agencies cannot place orders until a mandatory training session has been completed.
Contact Deb White for more information about scheduling a training session.
NEED HELP WITH AGENCY EXPRESS?
HOW TO SUBMIT MONTHLY REPORTS
We are no longer accepting monthly reports via fax.
We only accept Monthly Reports via Agency Express. Please see below for instruction on how to submit your monthly report via Agency Express. Questions should be directed to Deb White and Pam Williams-Osborne.
Click here to access step-by-step instructions
ONLINE SNAP REFERRAL SYSTEM
Recently, the Bay Area Food Bank (Adrian Kirkland, SNAP Outreach Coordinator) launched a new on-online referral
system aimed at making client sign-ups easier and faster. Click the link below to go directly to the new site.
*SNAP ONLINE REFERRAL SYSTEM*
You can also type in the following address into your browser:
Contact Adrian Kirkland, SNAP Outreach Coordinator, if you have any questions, (334) 300-9205.
DID YOU KNOW?
The Food Bank has a newsletter that we created specifically for our agencies! If you would like to receive a copy, email Kristina Habchi to add your name to the distribution list.
AGENCY ADVISORY COUNCIL MEMBERS
Thank you to the following agency representatives for serving on
the Community Food Bank's inaugural group of Advisory Council Members!
| Blount County
|| Katrinka Bryant (Mountain Pointe Ministries)
||Judy Papic (Cornerstone Worship Center)
|| Cindy McGinnis (Family Care Center)
||Dr. George Beale (Ashland First UMC)
||Nancy Waters (Reaching Out International)
||Alexcia Hembree (Christ Central Church)
||Pamela Williams-Osborne (Faith Chapel Christian Center)
||Stephanie Landry (Green Valley Baptist Church Food Bank)
||Gerry L. Glaze (St. Paul Lutheran Church)
|| Barbara Carlton (Salvation Army City Command)
|| Victoria Rudolph (New Pilgrim Baptist Church)
|| Rosemary Dallam (Bluff Park UMC)
|| Roxanne Agerston (Rebirth Christian Fellowship)
|| Leigh Ann Sisson (Avondale Samaritan Place)
||Ken Stroup (Alabaster Church of God)
|| Jerry Campbell (Love in Action)
|St. Clair County
||Dawn Ellard (Shepherd Supply)
||Marie Moore (Lincoln Food Pantry)
||Jim Jones (Alabama Childhood Food Solutions/End Hunger Sylacauga)
||Mary Swain (Christ Deliverance Christian Center)
||Peggy Wall (Christian Place Mission/Nauvoo United Methodist Church)
||Martha Warren (Feed My Sheep)
|| Billy Gilliland (Dilworth Church of God)
|| Jim Baird (Main Street Ministries)