Let RLC help your organization meet its food distribution needs

Receive food donations - free of charge - to supplement your food supply.

We understand the challenges our nonprofit partners face such as needing food, yet lacking consistent resources to pick it up; or having to turn food away based on uncertainty of quality or if it was properly stored prior to being donated. That’s where RLC comes in.

Food safety is our priority: All food donations comply with our strict food guidelines.

We strategically match each of our Food Donors to each organization we serve, to best fit your organization’s specific needs based on your schedule, storage capacity, etc.

We deliver what you need: You may choose between delivery options such as prepared food, produce, baked goods, pre-packaged meals, etc. If we don't have donations that fit your current needs, we will notify you as they become available.

You may also pick up your food donations! If your organization has the capacity to pick up, you will have access to more food options, and more often.

How it Works

Establish a Food Distribution Program

Food brings people through the door and to the table! It can help build trust and nurture relationships with your clients to keep them coming back for your services. If you're interested in adding food distribution to your services/operations, please let us help! Fill out this form and we can set up a meeting to help implement food distribution within your organization.

First and foremost, RLC makes it VERY easy to work with you, and not every food rescue organization is like that, it truly makes all the difference in the world. Second, your staff and volunteers are absolutely AWESOME, we had Justin out to our organization this winter and other staff before him to learn about us, and we were really gratified how hard they worked to learn about us and our clients’ needs. Lastly, your food donations are so important to our ability to engage the hardest to reach. You not only feed people, you help us get clients to come into our sites to receive other life-saving services, and open the door when an outreach worker visits their home. It is a HUGE help that enables us to build trust and engage clients in other higher threshold services that extend far beyond food insecurity. It’s a major multiplying effect.”

-Jack Murray, Alliance for Positive Change