We’re Feeding Jackson County
We’re ensuring families and individuals in Jackson County have access to healthy meals. Learn about the food programs addressing our local hunger needs, or find the nearest food pantry.
Senior Food Pantries
These pantries focus on providing food that best serves low-income seniors in Jackson County. Food boxes are distributed every month and contain foods that are more sensitive to the dietary needs of seniors, such as low-sodium, sugar-free, and high fiber.
ACCESS Powerpack Program
The ACCESS Rogue Powerpack Program provides weekend food options for food-insecure students in Jackson County. This program operates in more than a dozen schools across multiple districts, providing bags with ready-to-eat or easy-to-prepare foods.
Spend up to $20 and get up to $20 more when you purchase fresh fruits and vegetables with your Oregon Trail Card (SNAP) at participating farmers markets and the Medford Co-op store. Go to doubleuporegon.org for program details and other participating locations.
Give to Food Programs
We’re partnering with community grocery stores to secure and distribute meat, milk, dairy, and other perishable items to those in need. Get in touch with our program coordinator to become a much-needed Fresh Alliance partner.
Donate a Row
If you have extra farm-grown or home-grown produce, you can bring it to ACCESS to help provide healthy, nourishing food to our community. Receive a free reusable grocery bag when you bring in your fresh fruits and veggies! Please contact us for donation information and instructions.
ACCESS Food Share receives and distributes donated food from generous individuals, businesses, and the Oregon Food Bank. These donated resources are often received from local food drives, grocery stores, and gardens.
Host a Food Drive
Donate to Food Programs
As the Jackson County regional food bank, we’re able to leverage $1 to buy 4 meals to feed our community. With your monetary gift, we can continue to stock our pantries and put meals on tables for tens of thousands of people locally who need them most.
Did You Know?
ACCESS provides emergency food to hungry families and individuals in Jackson County through a network of 30+ food pantries. Our programs also supply food to over 20 local agencies serving low-income individuals.