Community Food Bank serving Folsom, El Dorado Hills, and Granite Bay

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TLFB News

Big Day of Giving Coming Soon

Big Day of Giving is our largest spring fundraiser of the year and we are setting the stage to raise $75,000 by Thursday, May 2. Join hundreds of other donors throughout the Sacramento region to help raise funds to continue the programs and services to feed our hungry neighbors. [Learn more]

Special Easter Gift for Families


Look at these smiles! A big thank you to our community partners who’ve helped us gift our guests with something special for Easter. Thank you Hope Presbyterian Church, Harbor Community Church, and Trinity Episcopal Church for the beautiful Youth Adventure Bibles, and Snook’s Chocolate Factory for the generous donation of specialty chocolates. Happy Easter from Twin Lakes Food Bank!

Upcoming Easter Event

Happy Easter sign

Easter is a time of the resurrection story, the message of hope, moments with family and yes, even chocolate bunnies. This year, the food bank is doing Easter a little different. We will be gifting our families, with children ages 4-12, a children’s bible and Easter chocolate, donated by one of our small business partners Snook’s Candies. If you are interested in helping with this project, a donation of $15 will pay for one children’s bible.

Record Lines of Hungry Neighbors

Lisa Tuter, Executive Director

Line at food bank

The story on the street is that consumer confidence is climbing, inflation is slowing and the economy keeps growing. The story at Twin Lakes Food Bank is quite different; the long lines of food insecure families coming to us for supplemental groceries every week remains high. They are nervous, not confident. The slowed inflation has not affected the high prices they are paying at the grocery store. The growing economy has not grown much of our guests’ paychecks to be able to pay for essential good and services.

Last week, I stopped to talk to Mary, who was waiting in a long line to be served groceries and thanked her for her patience as she had been waiting almost an hour to get checked in. Mary said that she grateful for the food bank because her finances had taken a hard turn over the last few months and then shared her story. “I am retired and widowed on a fixed income. I own my mobile home but the rent for the space is $800 and takes nearly 50% of my social security income.” Additionally, Mary’s credit card debt mounted due to increased interest rates and prompted her to pay off that debt, essentially draining her savings account. “I am literally living paycheck to paycheck with little money left to purchase groceries. Twin Lakes Food Bank is a godsend.”

Mary and other senior citizens like her are one of the reasons that Twin Lakes Food Bank has gone from serving an average of 1800 individuals to over 3000 individuals every month, since November 2023.

We are grateful to our financial donors who ensure that hungry neighbors like Mary get access to nutritious food through Twin Lakes Food Bank programs and services. If you haven’t yet contributed to the food bank, I invite you to consider donating now and join hundreds of others in our community who are making a difference in the lives of food insecure families

We’ve Got A New Look

We are excited to share our newly redesigned website with all our friends of Twin Lakes Food Bank! A huge THANK YOU to Janet Osterdock and her team at Zoom Media who worked hard to make this facelift happen.

Moving forward, we will communicate the happenings at the food bank with more frequent and shorter articles rather than the lengthier quarterly newsletters. Past newsletters will still be available on the website however.

So, take a look. Poke around. See what is happening at the food bank, learn about the lives that are being impacted and discover ways that you can support our mission to share the love of God in our community by providing food and support to our food insecure neighbors.