The Food Bank of Lincoln is a proud member of Feeding America. Since our founding in 1982, we’ve been focused on our mission to alleviate hunger in Southeast Nebraska.
From sun up to sun down (and even longer), our dedicated team and partner agencies work together to put food on the tables of neighbors in need, right here at home.
We serve 16 counties in Southeast Nebraska. They are: Polk, York, Fillmore, Thayer, Butler, Seward, Saline, Jefferson, Saunders, Lancaster, Gage, Otoe, Johnson, Pawnee, Nemaha and Richardson.
How We Alleviate Hunger
We’re always looking for people who share this passion; to advocate on our behalf or join our team. Read more about the impact of our good work in our stories of change and stay up on the latest news in our publications.
For our partners, if you need documentation of our tax-exempt status, check out our Form 990. Or, if you’re interested in using our name and logo, find what you need in our logo and style guide.
Mission, Vision, Values
To alleviate hunger in Southeast Nebraska.
Nourishing our communities to end hunger.
We aspire to be empathetic, to empower one another, show authentic kindness and prioritize dignity.
We aspire to be collaborative with each other, neighbors we serve, partners and the community at large. We will seek win-win-win solutions.
We aspire to be completely accountable to our community, neighbors, donors, volunteers, staff and Board to do our best to alleviate hunger in Southeast Nebraska.
We aspire to educate our community, stakeholders and ourselves about issues that create hunger and about programs that alleviate hunger. We will seek new solutions.
We aspire to embrace all races, genders, including gender identity and expressions, religions, sexual orientations, economic levels, ages, physical abilities, job statuses and marital statuses in everything we do.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider. Read the full nondiscrimination statement here.