The Freestore Foodbank truly appreciates the generosity of the community. We take every dollar donated seriously.

BBBThe Freestore Foodbank has been a Better Business Bureau Accredited Charity since 2005. The BBB has determined that in addition to meeting BBB’s 20 Standards for Charity Accountability, the Freestore Foodbank adheres to the BBB Code of Business Practices.

We were honored to be recognized as Nonprofit of the year (35 to 250 employees) at the 2016 Cincinnati USA Business Awards.


Donations Making a Difference

94% of all donations made to the Freestore Foodbank go directly to programs and services. One in six neighbors in the Tri-State area is at risk of hunger. More than 94,000 are kids. With every dollar donated, the Freestore Foodbank is able to provide three meals.

“Your donation is very important to us and we are constantly looking at ways we can save money and still deliver a great product or service to our hungry neighbors,” said Freestore Foodbank CFO Tim Weidner. “The way I look at it, every dollar saved can be reinvested into our programs to help the community.”

Learn More
As a Nonprofit Awardnon-profit, the Freestore Foodbank prides itself in being open and transparent about where our donors’ dollars are going. It is important for us to let the community know how their investments are being used at the Freestore Foodbank. You can find more detailed information about our finances by browsing through the downloadable documents below.

2015 Annual Report Freestore Foodbank – FY2015 Financials Freestore Foodbank – 990 Fiscal Year 2015 Corwine Foundation – 990 Fiscal Year 2015 Freestore Foodbank Foundation – 990 Fiscal Year 2015

“My goal is to ensure the Freestore Foodbank is sustainable and that we can be around for as long as the community needs our services,” says Weidner. “I love talking about our company so feel free to give me a call should you have any questions.” For additional information about the Freestore Foodbank’s finances, please email Tim Weidner or call (513) 482-7530.