Current Network Partners

Thank you for your partnership and dedication to fighting food insecurity and helping our neighbors live, work, and thrive. You play an integral role in a powerful and growing force for good across the 93 counties in Nebraska and western Iowa that we’re proud to call home. Together, we’re building a healthier Heartland!

This page offers instructions, information, and links you need to make ordering and reporting easy and efficient. Look up a reporting number, learn about food safety and more. Can’t find the information you’re looking for? Contact us today.

Upcoming Network Partner Zoom Call

The CSR team will be hosting a Network Partner Zoom call on Wednesday, November 9, 2022 from 10:00–11:00 a.m. CST. Food Bank for the Heartland’s Transportation and Facilities Manager, Tim Smiley, will be the guest speaker.

Tim will provide a comprehensive overview detailing the day-to–day operations in his department and what it takes to get food delivered to our partners. He will also address driver and pantry expectations to insure consistency in the delivery of our services.

This is a “must attend” for our partners and is your opportunity to hear about our transportation process and ask questions directly related to delivery.

Click here on Wednesday, November 9 to join the Zoom call.

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Network Partner Benefits

  • A member of a network of organizations that all work towards the same goal of reducing hunger in Nebraska and western Iowa
  • No membership fees
  • Access an online ordering system with live inventory
  • Choose only the items you want to provide the food that’s needed the most
  • Access a variety of food products, including produce, proteins, perishable and non-perishable items
  • Partners located in rural areas receive delivery of products
  • Partners located in the Omaha metro area have opportunities for delivery or pickup
  • Access to a full-time Community and Partner Support Representative to assist in capacity building and assessment, customer service and community engagement
  • In-person and virtual networking opportunities, training, and knowledge sharing of food bank industry best practices

Meet our Community and Partner Support Representatives

Food Bank for the Heartland’s “Regional Service Area” approach provides our Network Partners with access to healthy food, equitable distribution, and creative solutions to food insecurity. They also get the peace of mind knowing that they have a dedicated Food Bank staff member who understands the unique needs of their community. Meet the team below!