As part of the application process, you will be asked to submit the following documentation for your organization:
PBCFB will accept a passing food handler certification from either of these Florida Department of Health (FLDOH)-approved providers, as well as other reputable food safety test providers.
Agencies interested in becoming a partner agency will also need to complete a site visit and orientation. Our application process and timeline provides a visual representation of the application process and key dates for completing the application process. If you have questions, please contact email@example.com. To submit an application to become a PBCFB partner agency, please click here.
If you are a 501(c)(3) non-profit that is interested in starting a feeding program, the seasonal program is a good place for you to start. Seasonal partner agencies receive produce only from PBCFB during the agricultural season, which typically runs from January through May.
To apply to become a seasonal partner agency, an online application and the following documentation will need to be submitted for your organization:
Agencies interested in becoming a seasonal partner agency will also need to complete a site visit and orientation. To submit an application to become a PBCFB seasonal partner agency, please click here.
Click here to view the 2017 Partner Agency Handbook. Additional instructions and forms necessary for completing your monthly reporting are listed below:
Please refer to the 2018 Partner Agency Calendar for important partner agency dates and deadlines, including holiday closures, new partner agency orientations, and new partner agency application deadlines.