We’re ecstatic to hear from students who want to learn more about the Food Bank’s mission and work to address food insecurity in our communities through food distribution, advocacy, and more.
We want to accommodate as many students with their projects and research as we can. However, due to COVID-19, we have limited capacity to provide further assistance for interviews and tours. Instead, check out these resources below for more information about our work.
As an essential service, the Food Bank continues to do the day-in and day-out job of making sure neighbors get the food they need. We have put various solutions in place to continue providing food throughout the pandemic.
Due to COVID-19, the Food Bank is facing an unprecedented challenge to support our neighbors already receiving assistance and those who now find themselves facing hunger as a result of lost hours, wages, or jobs.
Through our services, our efforts focus on the immediate distribution of food while simultaneously working on long-term strategies to address hunger and empower neighbors in need.
Our work is beyond food distribution, which is why we also advocate at the local, state, and national levels for policy reform and program improvements to assist people at risk of hunger.
As a leader for over 30 years since 1987, the Food Bank has pioneered many successful programs and models aimed at ending hunger in our communities. Learn more about our growth and expansion over the years.
In this annual report, you’ll learn more about the number of meals we distribute each day, who we’re serving, and the unprecedented changes we adapted to make sure that our neighbors were able to put food on the table.
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