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Become a Sponsor


We invite you to partner with us and play a significant role in expanding our vision of food security, empowerment, and sustainability. Join us as a sponsor by becoming a recurring donor:


  • Landscaper – $2000+/month

  • Harvester – $1000-1999/month

  • Gardener – $200-999/month

  • Sower – $100-199/month

  • Cultivator – $36-99/month

  • Germinator – $5 to $35/month


Monthly, quarterly, and single cash donations to our general fund will be allocated to operational expenses or wherever needed most, at the Board’s discretion. Significant donors will be featured on our website and receive mentions in our social media accounts. For each $50 contribution per calendar year, one individual may be designated as an LBCT member-owner.

Hygiene Sponsorship

There is a great, ongoing need for donations of toiletries and sundry necessities on a recurring basis. We are seeking underwriters to cover this expense in full ($1600/mo) or partially. Companies, families, congregations, schools, community groups, and individuals are encouraged to conduct quarterly or twice-yearly hygiene drives within their communities.

For more information, email:

Events and Media Sponsorship


Host, underwrite, promote, or sponsor one of LBCT's future fundraising efforts!

Email to start the conversation.

THANK YOU to our current sponsors and key collaborative partners:

Long Beach Community Table is happy to announce our partnership with the Port Of Long Beach as our Homebound Sponsor for the months
of July and August! Find out more about them by visiting

Long Beach Community Table was awarded a 2019 impact grant from Long Beach Community Foundation and Wells Fargo Bank to address issues of homelessness, food insecurity, and education.

We are extremely grateful to the Long Beach Collective Association for the donation of our warehouse facility in Bellflower.

Kellogg Garden Organics has generously contributed more than 30 tons of soil for our network of gardens around Long Beach.

Many thanks to our weekly grocery suppliers and connectors, including Food Finders, Food Forward, Grocery Outlet, and World Harvest Food Bank, who collectively provide us with 12+ tons of food per month.

Fresh, locally grown, organic produce comes to us from Harvest Partners LB, a program of City HeART Inc., The Growing Experience Urban Farm, our own network of citywide gardens, and other sources.

Stella's Socks has donated 5,000 pairs and counting of warm socks. 

In addition, we also receive (and sometimes exchange) donations from many other local nonprofit organizations, congregations, community groups, families, and individuals too numerous to mention by name...each of whom we greatly appreciate. THANK YOU, ALL!
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