Join Farm Share's Network
of Food Pantries and Food Agencies
Who do we serve?
Farm Share is Florida's largest independent food bank & distributes food to the community through its expansive network of non-profit agencies including soup kitchens, food pantries, homeless shelters, churches, and senior centers across the state of Florida, free of charge.
If you wish to join us or if you are a food agency in one of our new TEFAP regions in Florida for the 2021-2022 year, please apply below.
For 2021-2022 Farm Share intends to welcome existing food pantries/agencies currently serving in Alachua, Baker, Bradford, Gilchrist, Levy, Union, Flagler, St. Johns, Putnam, Volusia, Citrus, Hernando, Lake, Marion, Sumter, Palm Beach, Broward & Miami-Dade counties into the Farm Share Network of Agencies!
How to Join the Farm Share Network...
STEP 1 -
Become a "Farm Share Starting Agency" by applying and going through our vetting process to make sure you can handle and distribute food. "Farm Share Starting Agencies" receive produce, bread, beverages, some dry goods and selected refrigerated goods for your food pantry/agency. To apply, you will need to:
Download and fill out the application and send it back to us via email or fax with all your non-profit information and documents to the Farm Share warehouse closest to your location. CLICK HERE FOR THE "Farm Share Starting Agency" APPLICATION
Have our team approve your application through the vetting process.
Go through a training course in order to start distributing food to your community (The training course modules are available year round for your convenience).
STEP 2 -
After a short period of time of being a "Farm Share Starting Agency" your food pantry/agency will be able apply to receive other food products including milk, cheese, proteins & other dry goods from Farm Share. Here's how...
Download and fill out the TEFAP application and send it back to us via email or fax with all your non-profit information and documents to the TEFAP Manager in the Farm Share warehouse nearest to your location or the warehouse in your TEFAP county.
Have our TEFAP manager approve your application and your location.
Go through a TEFAP training course in order to start distributing food to your community (The training modules are available year round for your convenience).
Where to download & send your information...
Download the forms below and send the "Starting Agency" application to:
Fax to 850-627-9501
Download the forms below and send the "Starting Agency" application to: Matthew@farmshare.org or
Fax to 904-328-6161
Download the TEFAP application below and send your application to:
Please send completed "Starting Agency" applications and forms to:
or fax to: 904-328-6161
Download the TEFAP Application below and send it with your information to:
Please download and send completed "Starting Agency" applications and forms to:
or Fax to 305-907-5846
TEFAP Applications go to:
Palm Beach County:
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