Insights on solutions and contributors to hunger, and the lives of Americans in need from Feeding America and network food bank staff and guest contributors.

Volunteers distribute disaster relief boxes.
Monday, Sep 26 2016
Some people were already food insecure, some may have never been and many were able to provide for their daily needs but not for the financial impact of the disaster.
Disaster relief boxes
Tuesday, Sep 20 2016
The damage done to the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank (GBRFB) was unprecedented, and it occurred at a time when its community needed it most.
Flooding in Baton Rouge affected the food bank
Wednesday, Sep 14 2016
Floods ruined the Greater Baton Rouge Food Bank’s warehouse, but hey quickly reorganized and one week later they were back to serving their community.
Water donations at Food Bank of Eastern Michigan in Flint.
Tuesday, Feb 9 2016
The Food Bank of Eastern Michigan serves 22 counties and is in Flint. Throughout the water emergency, they remain committed to their mission that “We advocate and build a community solution to a community problem.”
Donated cereal at Harvest Hope
Tuesday, Jan 12 2016
For outstanding effort to rebuild and reclaim stability in South Carolina, a big "shout out" to the more than 60 bloggers hailing from cities near and far and General Mills. Together they rallied to help donate more than 1000 boxes of cereal to Harvest Hope Food Bank – a member of Feeding America.
Volunteering for disaster relief
Wednesday, Oct 21 2015
On any given day, UMCOR volunteers from as far away as Michigan, California and Maine can be found packing relief kits for shipment to war-torn countries, installing handicap ramps at local homes, reading to schoolchildren, and cleaning apartments for the elderly in Baldwin, pop. 2,375.
Katrina Relief
Thursday, Aug 27 2015
Ten years ago, we achieved the highest level of teamwork that I had ever seen. It was during that time that Hurricane Katrina, once a Category 5 hurricane, had stalled on its projected turn to the Florida panhandle and targeted the coastal areas in Mississippi and Louisiana.
Disaster Boxes provided by Abbott
Tuesday, Aug 18 2015
Filled with non-perishable food such as protein bars and bottles of protein drinks, each pack meets one family’s nutritional need up to three days and serves as a first wave of relief after a disaster occurs.
Volunteers packing up boxes for use in upcoming disaster relief efforts.
Wednesday, Aug 12 2015
When a disaster proves too much for one food bank to handle, Feeding Texas quickly steps in to help with disaster relief.
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Friday, Jun 26 2015
For the past couple of summers, God’s Pantry Food Bank in Lexington, KY has hosted an event to kick off the beginning of summer feeding programs for children.
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