The Food Bank works with hunger relief partners and other community organizations to distribute food directly into the neighborhoods that need it most.
Mobile Pantries can be set up in parking lots and other community spaces in areas where people live and work but may have limited access to affordable grocery items.
Mobile Pantries can feature a variety of products from fresh products like produce, meat, and dairy to traditional, shelf-stable, pantry staples
Each truck, depending on size, can feed between 300 and 500 families with the bulk of the product being distributed in just a few hours.
Donate to the Food Bank. Every dollar you donate can be leveraged to provide 6 meals for someone struggling with hunger.
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