Our Philosophy of Donations at The Food Basket is to encourage each individual or organization to give as best fits them.

Donations by Checks:

To donate by check, please make your checks out to the "Interfaith Food Bank".  Mail it to our address at:

P. O. Box 1448
Clute, TX 77531

Amazon.com Smile Donations

Did you know that you can help the Food Basket when you purchase items from your Amazon.com account?  It's easy!  Just log in with our donation portal using:  https://smile.amazon.com/ch/14-1849963 and the Food Basket will receive a percentage of the gross proceeds from the purchase.

Community Food Drives

All kinds of companies, groups and individuals participate in food drives to benefit The Food Basket and others food pantries. Some are annual food drives and some are one-time events. We'll be happy to showcase opportunities to donate food and other in-kind donations.  Examples include Brazoria County Fair Day, Letter Carriers Food Drive, Holiday Food Drive at Kroger and many more.

Drop off Donations

  • At The Food Basket Tuesday or Saturday from 8:00am – 10:00am or other times by appointment.
  • At Kroger by using the hunger bag program:
  • If you need to make other arrangements, please give us a call at (979) 388-0024.

Hands on Mission

We believe in teaching the next generation to serve and learning that in serving one gets as much or more than those served.  If your group would like to purchase bulk rice or beans and package into smaller packages for distribution please let us know.  We will be happy to share our experience with this type of event to insure its success.

Donation of Time

The Food Basket needs upwards of 60 volunteers each week to perform the duties required.  Volunteers can work standard hours weekly or monthly.  Volunteers can also work based on their availability.  We also need individuals who work behind the scenes when they have time.  If you have a heart for helping those in need of food, please contact us or see our Volunteer Page.

Other Wonderful Donations

Do you have extra produce in your garden? Veggies like zucchini and other summer squash, cucumbers, okra, tomatoes, beans and many others are great producers in our local gardens. Fruits such as cantaloupe and other melons are a healthy and welcome treat. Fresh herbs are a wonderful benefit for families. Basil, chives,cilantro, oregano, and parsley are just a few delicious and hardy herbs grown in our area. 

Do you have a fruit tree in your yard? Many fruit trees, like satsuma orange, lemon, avocado, grapefruit, peach, and others may produce more than you can use at harvest time. Consider sharing your bounty. If you don't have a fruit tree, consider planting one or two as a family project with a dedicated purpose - sharing with the hungry. Your family will be blessed by the effort.