Food Bank Facilities and Capabilities


Logistical Benefits the Food Bank Offers:
The Food Bank’s 78,000 square-foot, state-of-the-art facility is equipped to receive, inventory, store, transport and distribute dry, frozen and refrigerated food and other grocery products.

The facility includes:

1,980 pallet spaces dry storage
Temperature-controlled dock area
280 pallet spaces of -10° frozen storage
280 pallet spaces of refrigerated storage
Refrigerated trucks to ensure appropriate temperatures on donated products
Computerized inventory control system to facilitate tracking of donations
Accurate and complete receipt documentation of all donations for tax purposes
Adherence to USDA and food industry standards
Adherence to state and local Health Department guidelines
Inspected every three months by the Tulsa City-County Health Department
Annually inspections by the food industry (AIB International, and Feeding America)
Less than four percent administrative costs

Consider donating:

Discontinued items
Damaged product
Slow moving items
Non-rotated product
Pack changes Reformulations
Obsolete/discontinued promotional items
End-of-season items
Product samples
Close dated product
Customer turn downs
Unlabeled items
Mislabeled items
Products with cosmetic or production errors
Perishable product beyond retail sales that will not affect safety
Non-Food/In-Kind Donations such as:
Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles, RV’s, Boats, Real Property, Jewelry, Vehicle Maintenance, Working refrigerators and freezers, Other goods and services

One call to the Food Bank handles all your donation needs from a single case to semi-trailer loads. Contact Ken Bacon to schedule your pick up or delivery needs at 918-936-4522 or kbacon@okfoodbank.org.