You can help fight hunger, feed hope by supporting one of our upcoming events.

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Upcoming Events:
There are many ways to support the Food Bank including attending a special event, participating in a food/fund drive or supporting a community promotion.

No Kid Hungry Food Drive Meet Chef Remmi of “Cooktime with Remmi,” sample her signature dishes and learn what you can do to create a hunger-free America at the Whole Foods at 91st and Yale on Saturday, April 12 from 9:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Bring a food or monetary donation for a chance to win a bike and copies of Remmi’s new cookbook. Contact Nancy Smith at 918-408-2058 for any questions.

Battle of the Bands — Join us at Cain’s Ballroom for Battle of the Bands, presented by the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma’s Junior Ambassadors. Ten bands from area high schools will perform to benefit the Food Bank. Doors open at 6 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. Purchase tickets at the Cain’s Ballroom box office or

Empty Bowls 2014 — The 18th Annual Empty Bowls Hunger Awareness dinner will be held on Tuesday, April 29th at the Cox Business Center (formerly Tulsa Convention Center). Join us for a fun evening filled with entertainment, live and silent auction, dinner and more! Click here for more information.

Food for Families and Letter Carriers Food Drive – The Food for Families and Letter Carriers Food Drive is an annual competitive community-wide food and fund drive, benefiting the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma and is the Food Bank’s largest food drive of the year. Area businesses, organizations and individuals raise food and funds between April 10th and May 10th, competing to see who can collect the most food or funds.

Recipe to End Hunger – Learn the secrets of some of Tulsa’s finest chefs, enjoy a complete three-course meal, including wine pairings, and help fund our hunger-relief programs. The classes are held in the demonstration kitchen of our Culinary Center.  Click here for more information.

Plant A Row for the Hungry – Launched in 1995 by the Garden Writers Association (GWA), Plant A Row for the Hungry is a people-helping-people program that encourages gardeners to grow a little extra and donate the produce to local soup kitchens and food pantries serving the homeless and hungry in their local communities. Click here for more information.