Farm to Food Bank Tax Credit

The West Virginia Senate passed Senate Bill 399 which creates a tax credit for farmers who choose to donate their products to one of the state’s food banks.

Under the provisions of the bill, a “farming taxpayer” who derives more than $1,000 per year of income from fruits, vegetables, beef, poultry, pork, fish, or any other edible product raised in West Virginia is eligible to receive a credit for his or her donations to a nonprofit food program operating in the state.

This bill became effective Dec. 31, 2017, allowing farmers to receive tax credit equal to 10 percent of the donated product up to $200,000 per year.

If you're interested in donating produce, dairy, and meat products to Mountaineer Food Bank please complete The Farm to Food Bank application.



Fruit & Vegetables

At Mountaineer Food Bank we know that a good balanced diet MUST consist of a variety of fruits and vegetables. Donations of farm fresh fruits and vegetables will help us distribute healthier options.



Meat & Polutry

High protein foods like meat and poultry are high in demand, but often not available to those who need it most. Mountaineer Food Bank can always use the donation of animal proteins



Dairy Products

Donations of dairy products are another great source of essential protein and healthy fats. The donation of dairy products will help MFB provide a variety of nutritious options to go along with our staple items   |  484 Enterprise Drive, Gassaway, WV 26624

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