Welcome to the Auburn Interfaith Food Closet Website!

The main purpose of the Auburn Interfaith Food Closet is to provide nutritious food to individuals and families who do not have sufficient resources to purchase it themselves.  This group includes low income workers, seniors, disabled, unemployed, homeless, and people in transition.  We utilize the USDA nutrition guideline to ensure the families receive the right types of foods.  

We are a ministry outreach for our faith-based congregations and volunteers.  We care about our community, the people we serve and our volunteers. We collaborate with other organizations that support our vision, mission, values, and strategy.  Our volunteers come from our sponsoring congregations; we have no paid staff.  

Private donations are our main source of funds.  We are a non-profit public benefit corporation (501 (c) (3); and, therefore, all donations are tax deductible.

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 Starting November 3rd, the Auburn Alehouse will donate 5% of their proceeds from 5pm-9pm to the AFIC. Come have a wonderful dinner and help fight food insecurity in Auburn at the same time Nov. 3, 10, 17 and/or 24.

The Auburn Alehouse is located at 289 Washington Street. Check out their website AuburnAlehouse.com to learn more about their Community Night program which is designed to bring people together to connect in the community. They will also have a Food Closet Barrel for non perishable food donations.