Financial Integrity - The Foodbank of Southern California
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Financial Integrity

As a nonprofit, The Foodbank of Southern California does not answer to shareholders. Our proceeds are reinvested to continue to provide highly nutritious food to those in need.

The Foodbank of Southern California was named the “6th Best Charity in America” by Mainstreet.com in December 2010. The list was created for “Anyone who chooses to use their hard-earned money to help others.” The Foodbank of Southern California has received a coveted 4-Star Rating for sound fiscal management and commitment to accountability and transparency from Charity Navigator.

You may review The Foodbank’s Profile on Charity Navigator. For five consecutive years The Foodbank of Southern California has received the Independent Charities of America “Seal of Excellence” for meeting the highest standards of public accountability, program effectiveness, and cost effectiveness.

Food Bank of Southern California Financial Integrity
The Food Bank of Southern California is a registered 501(c)(3) organization

You may also review The Foodbank’s Profile on Guidestar, our IRS 990 filing for 2015, and the Foodbank of SoCal 2015 Year-end Audit.

The Foodbank obtains its operating budget primarily from private sources, supporting itself without dependence of government funding. Maintaining tight controls of its administrative costs, The Foodbank’s efficient operation makes it possible for maximum community dollars to go directly to feeding the hungry. You may also review The Foodbank’s Donor Privacy Policy.