Disaster Response and Relief
When disaster strikes, Feeding America is on the ground and ready to provide food assistance and emergency supplies. We're ready to help neighbors who suddenly need extra support after a disaster.
The nationwide Feeding America network is deeply rooted in every community nationwide. We're there before, during, and after a disaster.
Supporting our general disaster fund allows us to assist every community put at risk for food insecurity by a disaster.
Help us respond to disasters in every community
How we respond to disasters
We store emergency food supplies throughout the country to distribute quickly in a disaster.
We repurpose our warehouses and vehicles during a disaster to deliver emergency food, water, and supplies.
We remain rooted in communities long after other disaster organizations have moved on.
Feeding America and our partner food banks provided impacted food banks with more than 8 million pounds of food, water, and supplies for local disaster response efforts.
pounds of emergency food distributed
in disaster relief funding granted
food banks impacted by disasters
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Disaster Response Stories
Responding to disasters
When a disaster strikes, the Feeding America network of food banks is ready. Learn how we prepare for disasters, respond, and ensure a community rebuilds long after a disaster is over.
Hurricane Ian Response
Learn how we supported communities across Florida in the wake of devastating Hurricane Ian.
Feeding America and local food banks provided disaster relief and emergency food in Kentucky and Arkansas following deadly tornados.
How you can help
Donating to our general Disaster Response Fund is the best way to help us to prepare for and respond to disasters.
Not all disasters get the media coverage they deserve. Our Disaster Response Fund allows us to send financial resources and emergency supplies to all communities impacted by disasters.