Help for Families in Need

How does Feeding America help families in need? The Feeding America network of food banks works with agencies to provide food through pantry and meal programs, which help families, students and seniors facing hunger and poverty make ends meet.


Mobile Food Pantry Program
Through a Mobile Pantry, a truckload of food is distributed to clients in pre-packed boxes or through a farmers market-style distribution where clients choose to take what they need. Learn More
School Pantry Programs
School-based pantries are located on the grounds of a school to provide an easily accessible source of food assistance to low-income students and their families. Learn More
The Senior Grocery Program provides meals for the elderly
The Senior Grocery Program was created in 2012 to meet the needs of seniors facing hunger by providing them with nutritious food that they can prepare and consume at home. Learn More
Nutrition Initative
Families in need face disproportionate health outcomes due to hunger. Currently, 68% of the foods received by the Feeding America network are categorized as Foods to Encourage, a framework of the nutritional contributions of more healthful food categories Learn More
Feeding America provides disaster relief services to communities across America
The Feeding America network has been committed to responding to major disasters, and dedicated to helping communities recover. Learn More
SNAP help for families in need.
The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP – formerly know as food stamps) provides help for meeting the basic nutritional requirements to get families in need through temporary hard times. Learn More
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