Marion Polk Food Share works with a network of partners to distribute the foods we purchase, resource from local partners, or receive through donations. All of our Partner Agencies are independent, not-for-profit, and/or religious organizations. We are grateful for the hard work that these Agencies do to feed people in our community. After all, it takes a strong community to make sure that everyone is fed.
Required Posters & Signs for All Agencies
Rights and Responsibilities – updated 3/2017, combined English & Spanish
Temperature Log for refrigerators, freezers, and dry storage.
*Need thermometers? Ask agency relations!
Pest Control Log– Use this on a weekly basis if you do not pay for a service to check your facility.
Wash Your Hands-Bilingual, post handwashing signs by sinks in bathroom and kitchens
Fresh Alliance Poster English 2018 *UPDATED* (donated grocery store products)
Fresh Alliance Poster Spanish 2018 *UPDATED* (donated grocery store products)
Service Animals, updated 2017
Annual Volunteer Training
Food Safety and Confidentiality is to be renewed with all volunteers every year at all agencies.
USDA agencies also conduct a Civil Rights training annually.
Send a copy of your agency’s annual training log to your Agency Relations Coordinator.
Training Signature Sheet & Confidentiality Agreement – use this sheet to log volunteer/staff training
Food Safety Training Materials:
Food Safety Brochure – English – please use brochure only when video is not possible
Site managers have to have their Oregon Food Handler’s Card (go online or take the class) or “Serve Safe for Food Pantries” training with the new 2015 Partner Agency Agreement. Serve Safe for Food Pantries is offered quarterly by Marion Polk staff.
Civil Rights Training Materials (USDA Agencies Only):
NEW! Oregon Food Bank Civil Rights video – runs 22 minutes, available in Spanish also!
Civil Rights Brochure – English, updated 2016
Civil Rights Brochure_Spanish, updated 2016
USDA Agency Required Signs and Papers
For Food Pantries Only:
USDA sign-in form 2020 – food pantry client sign-in sheet
TEFAP Authorized Rep form 2020 – English
TEFAP Authorized Rep form 2020 – Spanish
TEFAP Authorized Rep form 2020 – Russian
*Authorized Representative Forms should be used when someone else wants or needs to pick up food for another individual
For USDA Pantries AND Meal Sites:
Justice for All Poster – English and Spanish (All USDA Pantries and Meal Sites)
Contracts & Handbook
Partner Agency Handbook, from Oregon Food Bank
USDA Agencies Only:
TEFAP Handbook – Partner Agencies – 2014– make sure this is in your agency notebook!
Partner Agency LEP Plan – Limited English Proficiency Plan, fill out based on your agency’s ability to help people speaking limited English.
USDA Nondiscrimination Statement English– include on all publications and web materials.
Network Support Fund Applications
Other Helpful Resources
Agency Disaster Response Plan – ready to download and fill-out with details specific to your agency
I Speak Language ID Chart – keep this on your intake table so people can identify what language they speak. Then use the multilingual cards to help with food box intake.
Food Safety Information for Meal Sites
Cooking for Groups, food Safety Guide for meal sites from USDA
“Danger Zone” Poster – Temperatures where food becomes unsafe