Members of the community gathered in Central Square on Thanksgiving to Walk to Stock the Food Closet.

AIFC News & Events

See all the community events and initiatives AIFC is involved in.

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Big Day of Giving

May 2nd

Help feed the hungry in Auburn.

Before May 2nd:

Send a check made out to AIFC-BDOG

mailed to: AIFC PO box 132, Auburn Ca, 956504

OR

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11960 Heritage Oak Place Ste 15
Call (530) 830-2232
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Current Events

Plan, Shop, Save & Cook

Virtual workshops to help you save time,
money, and kickstart healthy habits.

Sumer Veggie Garden Time

Come and learn some tips for planning
your summer vegetable garden and how
to grow healthy, productive plants in
containers and in our lovely foothill soils.

Events and Community Initiatives

 

Virtual Easter Drive (March & April)

Big Day of Giving (May)

Stuff-A-Bus (June)

Summer Youth Program (June – September)

Hunger Action Month (September)

Turkey Drive (November)

Walk-To-Stock The Closet (November)

Participants walk along Lincoln Way to Walk to Stock the Food-Closet on Thanksgiving morning.

AIFC in the News

Auburn Interfaith Food Closet Car-Park and Store Front.

Auburn Interfaith Food Closet extends hours 

Auburn Interfaith Food Closet (AIFC) will begin offering evening hours every Wednesday.

The hours will be from 4-7 p.m. each Wednesday, in addition to the food closet’s normal hours of Monday-Friday and the last Saturday of the month from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.

“We took a recent survey of our guest and one of the results that we discovered was the need for later hours, especially for those who may be working or have limited transportation during our normal business hours,” AIFC Director of Operations Sandy Bassett said.

Said AIFC President Andy Hayes, “Our guests spoke, and we listened, and now we are pleased to offer these additional servicing hours. These extended hours will be staffed for those wishing to donate food as well.”

AIFC is grateful for the support of the community through donations and willingness to volunteer. The food closet has the resources to expand its services and continues to be dedicated to exploring more opportunities to serve those with hunger insecurities because of that generosity.

In need of food? AIFC serves individuals and families living in Central Placer County, from Loomis to Emigrant Gap and Lake of the Pines to Foresthill. There are no income requirements to register as an AIFC client. For more information, simply call 530-885-1921. The AIFC is located at 1788 Auburn Ravine Road, just off the Foresthill exit on Interstate 80.