Because no one deserves to be hungry.

Holiday Giving

  • A $20 donation and holiday food will help provide a traditional, Thanksgiving or Christmas Dinner to a local family.  
  • New, unwrapped gifts for children up to 12, and $25 gift cards for children age 13-15 are needed by December 11
Donation Drop Off Sites
Donations can be dropped at our agency during business hours, or at these convenient community collection sites: 
  • Maple Valley Library
  • Greater Maple Valley Community Center
  • Fire Station 80 (near Motorplex)
  • Covington Library
  • Covington MultiCare

Always Needed Food and Hygiene Items 

  • Peanut Butter and Jelly
  • Can Meats (tuna, chicken, salmon, etc.)
  • Tomato Products (whole, stewed, diced, sauces, etc.)
  • Hearty Soups
  • Meal in a Can (chili, stew, ravioli, etc.)
  • Can Fruits and Vegetables
  • Pancake Mix
  • Cereal and Oatmeal
  • Meal in a box (Hamburger/Tuna Helper, macaroni & cheese, etc.)
  • Baby (food, formula, diapers, wipes)
  • Hygiene (toilet paper, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, deodorant, feminine products)
Printable shopping list for food drives


  • We cannot accept donations of used clothing or household items.
  • In the interest of food safety, we cannot distribute out of date, opened containers, or home cooked/canned food to our clients.

Bartell Drug 'B' Caring Card 

Visit Bartell Drugs to register for their e-Scrip 'B' Caring Card and up to 4% of your purchases will be automatically donated to Maple Valley Food Bank & Emergency Services.


Shop AmazonSmile, select our agency, and .05% of eligible purchases will come to us! 

Fred Meyer

Support Maple Valley Food Bank & Emergency Services just by shopping at Fred Meyer with your Rewards Card. Go to and click on "Rewards" and choose "Fred Meyer Community Rewards" for additional information and you can sign up there, as well.

Stretching Your Donation Dollar

While we are always grateful to receive food donations, your financial gifts enable us to manage our inventory, purchasing items for our guaranteed, nutritious standard bag when stock is low.

Our purchasing power, through bulk and wholesale sources, allows us to get more for the dollar than at retail grocers. Food Bag Cost Comparison

Easy to Donate

  • Make checks payable to MVFB, mail to PO Box 322, Maple Valley, WA 98038 or feel free to drop off at our office
  • Drop off non-perishable food donations at MVFB, Covington Library, Maple Valley Library or Greater Maple Valley Community Center
  • MVFB is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization. Your donations are tax deductible; receipts are available upon request, email your address to and a receipt will be mailed
  • Our agency is registered with Washington State's Charities Program. For additional information: 800-332-4483 or

Special Thanks

The following local businesses generously donate goods to MVFB&ES each week:

  • Costco, Covington
  • Fred Meyer, Maple Valley
  • Grocery Outlet, Maple Valley
  • QFC, Maple Valley
  • Safeway, Fairwood
  • Shell, Maple Valley

Liability Protection for Donors

Both State and Federals laws protect donors from liability. In 1996, President Bill Clinton signed Law 104-210, the Bill Emerson Good Samaritan Food Donation Act, to encourage donations of food and grocery products to non-profit organizations for distribution to needy individuals. The law protects donors from civil and criminal liability should a fit and wholesome product donated in good faith later causes harm to a recipient.

Supported By:
© 2018