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Food Bank of Iowa is grateful for the generosity of our supporters and community partners all year, but especially now during this challenging time. Iowans are more in need than ever and there are a variety of ways to get involved:

If you or your organization is leading an effort on behalf of Food Bank of Iowa, we would love to add you to the list below. Please email us and tell us about your efforts.

Dark Side of the Spoon Hospitality Group

For every to-go order you purchase at one of the establishments listed below, they will be able to feed a family of four. Food delivery and curbside pickup are available from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. at each location with the exception of Blu Toro, which is open from 4 p.m. – 10 p.m.

Participating establishments:

Below is Dark Side of the Spoon Hospitality Group’s video about their campaign! 

Choice Creative Solutions and Community Choice Credit Union

Choice Creative Solutions and Community Choice Credit Union have agreed to donate $100 to Food Bank of Iowa for every business or individual who takes the #choicechallenge. Here is how you can support local restaurants in the Des Moines area, health care workers, and Food Bank of Iowa at the same time:

  1. Find a local restaurant you want to support. If you need to find one, visit www.515local.com.
  2. Agree to purchase meals (or gift cards) from that local restaurant to be delivered or picked up and provided to a local Hospital/Clinic or to first responders.
  3. Tag the restaurant you’re supporting and the recipient.
  4. A check will be written in your honor to Food Bank of Iowa, to benefit Central Iowans deeply impacted by this pandemic.

Ink Made Productions

Ink Made Productions in Centerville, Iowa has created a line of “Iowa Strong” merchandise and apparel and will donate $5 of each order to Food Bank of Iowa.


With every base layer purchase on their website, Knavewear will donate $20 in your name to the Knavewear COVID-19 relief campaign benefiting Food Bank of Iowa.


Sigler Companies is donating $5 for every t-shirt sale to Food Bank of Iowa and their employee-funded GIVE Committee is matching that $5 per shirt up to $250. They are also throwing in free shipping to encourage continued social distancing.


A portion of all pandemic shirt sales will go to support food banks in Raygun’s communities.

Iowa Total Care

Beyond a financial donation that provided 40,000 meals, Iowa Total Care also put together fun activity booklets to be included in meal packs being distributed to families in need. Print a copy for a child in your life here.

The Vinyl Studio

Our friends at The Vinyl Studio put together a Color for a Cause Coloring Book. Created with artwork from local artists and businesses, 100% of the proceeds from Color for a Cause will be donated to Food Bank of Iowa. 

Modern Monogramming

Modern Monogramming provides support to Food Bank of Iowa throughout the year but has added additional opportunities for support during this difficult time including some fun local collaborations. Visit them on Instagram to learn more and check out their beautiful products.


A coloring book that gives back! 28 pages of illustrated coloring pages that’s on a mission. For each coloring book sold, $1 goes to support Food Bank of Iowa. Inspired by Principal Financial Group and the Giving Chain Challenge, when you support my small business and buy this coloring book, you’re also supporting a local charity.

Tony Simons Photography

Tony Simons Photography is offering no contact, porch mini sessions. Each session is $25 and $5 of each session will be donated to Food Bank of Iowa!


FASTSIGNS of Clive has created supportive yard signs for $25 each with $10 of each purchase going to Food Bank of Iowa!

Hawkeye Screen Printing

“Iowa Strong” shirts are ready for order! Hawkeye Screen Printing is donating 20% of proceeds to Food Bank of Iowa!


Dornink is selling washable, two-layered face masks and donating a portion of sales to Food Bank of Iowa!

AJ’s Magnificent Minis

Alaina, a fourth-grade student at Hubbell Elementary School in Des Moines, has found a unique way to stay busy and help families in need while kids are at home during the coronavirus pandemic. She started her own business called AJ’s Magnificent Minis, which sells homemade polymer miniatures that she turns into keychains, earrings, charms and figurines. $1 from each sale will be donated to Food Bank of Iowa.

Smash Park

Through the month of June, Smash Park developed a new program called #ServeLocal. Through this program, you can choose Food Bank of Iowa to receive 10% of your purchase from Smash Park. Click here for information on how to choose us to receive 10% of proceeds.

Virtual Fundraising Campaigns

Multiple groups have started online campaigns to collectively raise money for Food Bank of Iowa COVID-19 relief efforts. Please consider supporting their existing campaigns benefiting Food Bank of Iowa.

Start your own campaign to support Food Bank of Iowa’s efforts to make sure Iowans in need have access to safe, nutritious food. It’s easy to launch and you can track your group’s progress in real-time.

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