Donate Funds

Contribute Online

Click here to make a donation for the KY Legal Food Frenzy.


Send Your Gift Through the Mail

You may also donate by mail by sending a check or money order to:

Kentucky Association of Food Banks
PO Box 1824
Berea, KY  40403

Monthly Giving

Giving a regular monthly gift is a quick and convenient way to ensure KAFB is able to assist our member food banks in meeting increased demands throughout the year. When you decide to make a monthly gift, KAFB will deduct a set amount of your choosing from your credit or debit card on either the 5th or 20th of each month.  Contact us learn more. 

Giving a Gift in Honor or Memory of a Loved One

Celebrate the holidays, a birthday, or any special occasion with a contribution in honor or memory of family members, friends, colleagues, or a treasured loved one. Acknowledgements, without dollar amounts, can be sent to your honorees if you wish.

Planned Giving Through Stocks & Investments

If you are interested in making a substantial contribution to KAFB, consider donating appreciated stock from your investment portfolio.  Your tax benefits from the donation of stocks and other investments may be increased and such a generous gift helps KAFB advance its mission of eliminating hunger in Kentucky.  Contact us to discuss your options.

Including KAFB in Your Will

Did you know you can include KAFB in your will?  Leaving a legacy gift in your will to KAFB, no matter how small or in what form–cash, investments, property–ensures much needed food and assistance will continue to reach families in Kentucky who need it the most.

Does Your Employer Match Gifts?

You may be able to double your gift to KAFB through Matching Gift Programs!  Many employers offer to match your gifts as a way to encourage their employees and often their retirees to support charitable organizations.  Please ask your human resources office if your company offers Employer Matching Gifts.  By simply filling out the required forms, you can offer a “second helping” of generosity to people who are hungry throughout Kentucky.