Ways to Give

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Make a monthly gift

Every $1 you give can help provide at least 10 meals to families in need through the Feeding America network of food banks.

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Get your friends and family involved in the fight to end hunger. A personal fundraiser is an easy and effective way to take on hunger together.

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You can celebrate and honor someone special by making a gift to Feeding America in their name.

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Be a part of our future by including Feeding America in your estate plans. Your legacy can help support our shared vision of a hunger-free America. 

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Invest in the fight to end hunger with a gift from your Donor Advised Fund. The Feeding America network is committed to making a lasting impact for families across the United States.

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Donating stocks and mutual fund shares is simple and offers you valuable financial benefits including being tax-deductible. 

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If you prefer to make your contribution to the fight against hunger offline, we have multiple options available. 

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Your employer and coworkers can join you in ending hunger. There are multiple ways to get involved through workplace giving, including payroll deductions. 

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The efforts and generosity of our partners and their corporate giving initiatives have significantly enhanced Feeding America's hunger-relief efforts. 

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Food drives have always been a great way for compassionate people to help their neighbors. Make sure you are organized for success by working with your local food bank. 

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From how do you get a receipt for your donation to how your donation will be used, we have answers for your frequently asked donation questions. 

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