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schools, churches, and businesses generously donate food to the Harvest Hope each year through a variety of corporate, civic, and holiday food drives. For 25 years, the NBC15 Share Your Holidays campaign has provided light in dark times for those facing Start a Virtual Food Drive. Donate Food Nearby. DONATE TODAY. You can give the gift of a meal this holiday season. Thanks to our friends and community partners at the Beaumont Foundation, every dollar you.

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Holiday Opportunities

The 2021 Holiday Season is here and what better time to consider gathering your friends, family, and work colleagues together to give back during this special time of year. Looking for ideas on how to get engaged and give back this holiday season?

Below are a few opportunities that will take place in November - January, that you or your company can get involved in. 

For volunteer opportunities, please contact Deb Bacorn at [email protected]

Questions about sponsorships, please contact Joe Rivera at [email protected]

TCAA's Giving Tree

UPDATE:

You did it! Today we want to extend a huge THANK YOU to everyone who made a donation to TCAA's Giving Tree Program.

We surpassed our goal of providing 600 participants with gift cards to Target or Walmart this holiday season.

We couldn't do it without each and every one of you! Thank you


This year, in an effort to safeguard the health of vulnerable populations, enrolled in our programs TCAA will be holding a drive-through event for our customers. We will offer gift cards to Target and Walmart for 600 adults, children, and seniors:

Each individual will register with TCAA and receive gift cards valued at $25 per individual.

TCAA will register adults, children, and seniors and raise funds to purchase the gift cards and provide them during a scheduled drive-through event in December.

Please consider making a donation towards this effort. Select the number of individuals you, your family, or your company would like to sponsor and make your contribution in increments of $25 per individual.

The deadline for donating gift cards is December 10

Holiday Lights

For about 2-3 hours on a Saturday in December, volunteers are needed to bring a little holiday cheer to home-bound and limited mobility older adults in Tempe. Volunteer groups will hang holiday lights on several homes belonging to clients of TCAA’s Senior Independence programs. In January, volunteers will return to remove and store the lights and decorations.

Want to sponsor this amazing event? Just download the flyer below

Holiday Meal Boxes

Not sure about turkeys? You can donate perishable and non-perishable food items for our Holiday Meal Boxes. 

  • Turkey/Ham/Chicken
  • canned green beans 
  • canned corn
  • instant potatoes
  • gravy packets
  • cream of mushroom soup
  • dry onions
  • corn muffin mix

Download the flyer below


Источник: https://tempeaction.org/get-involved/seasonal-opportunities.html

Tri-Valley Haven will be participating in #GivingTuesday and we need your help! 

Our food pantry has been operating from a church parking lot since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. While we were able to safely and successfully distribute food, the need in the community has grown with the massive loss of employment. We recently acquired a larger building to best serve our community, however, TVH will need to convert this new location into a large food pantry where families and individuals in need can receive groceries, dairy, meat, fresh fruits and vegetables, and toiletries.

This #GivingTuesday, we are hoping to raise $10,000 to convert Tri-Valley Haven’s new Livermore food pantry site into a bustling locale
that will meet the needs of our community for decades to come. The new pantry site is located on multiple bus routes, making it easily accessible. At the new site, Tri-Valley Haven will offer residents in great need fresh fruits, vegetables, dairy, meat, grocery staples and toiletries free of charge. The Tri-Valley Haven Food Pantry will also be a gateway to our other services, such as shelter, housing, counseling or legal assistance.

This #GivingTuesday join a campaign that will help locally! Please give to Tri-Valley Haven. Thank you for your generosity.


By joining the GivingTuesday movement, you’re proving that in times of uncertainty, generosity can bring the whole world together. Here is how you can get ready to give:

  • Get ready. Mark your calendar with this link.
  • Give. On November 30, go visit our website under the donation tab to see how you can contribute. You can also support our organization through our wish list or purchasing gifts through Amazon Smile. If you choose to donate to our new food pantry, please enter “Giving Tuesday” in the comment box under the donation amount so we can add your contribution to our interactive thermometer on our website!
  • Spread the word. Encourage your friends and family to join you in creating real impact on November 30 by sharing what our mission means to you and why you support our organization (here are some ideas). Make sure to use hashtag #GivingTuesday and tag us so we can share!

Let’s rally together to build stronger communities!



Tri-Valley Haven’s Holiday Program

Every year Tri-Valley Haven helps survivors of domestic and sexual violence, low income and homeless families celebrate the holidays by providing them with gifts and food. Our annual holiday program fosters independence and empowerment. This season, we anticipate the Haven’s Holiday Program will serve over 3,500 Tri-Valley residents in need by furnishing them with holiday food, a festive stocking and gift cards. We will conduct our program safely by distributing holiday items outside, wearing masks and practicing social distancing.

In order to make this year’s holiday program a big success, we are seeking community donations. Cash is the most helpful as it allows us to focus on the program’s biggest needs.Tri-Valley Haven is also requesting $20 Target and $20 Safeway gift cards, so families can shop for holiday items of their choice, and stockings (please see flyer here).

Together we can serve all Tri-Valley individuals in need. Thank you for your generous support.

Please drop off or mail donations to Tri-Valley Haven, 3663 Pacific Avenue, Livermore, CA 94550; Attention: Holiday Program. Tri-Valley Haven is open Monday – Friday 9 am – 5 pm. Please contact [email protected] to arrange a drive or if you have questions. We look forward to working with you on this year’s holiday project!



Tri-Valley Haven Serves All Survivors

The Haven’s mission, to create homes free from abuse, began at its inception in 1977. Since that time, the Haven has assisted thousands of courageous survivors and their children in creating safe homes. Tri-Valley Haven welcomes all survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault, homelessness and poverty, regardless of sexual orientation, gender identity, race, age, religion, class, creed or disability. TVH provides a broad range of safety net services to survivors including shelter, food, counseling and case management. The Haven works to remove barriers that prevent survivors from obtaining equal access to services. The Haven’s offices and shelters are ADA compliant and we have multilingual staff. If a survivor speaks a language that is not spoken by any staff, the Haven will use the Alameda County Language Line to communicate with and serve the survivor.

$30

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$100

teaches a school class to stop bullying/harassment (1 class).

$400

means a sexual assault victim has an advocate at the hospital to help them (1 week shift).

Domestic Violence Services

Domestic violence is a pattern of abusive behaviors used by one individual intended to exert power and control over another individual in the context of an intimate or family relationship. Domestic violence involves more than one or even several isolated incidents of violence. It involves an interrelated pattern that includes a wide variety of abusive behaviors and usually increases in frequency and intensity over time.

When a person leaves an abusive relationship, they often have nowhere to go. For many, the only choices are staying in the abusive environment, going to a shelter or living on the street. Tri-Valley Haven’s shelters provide immediate safety, respite and supportive services. The Haven also offers counseling for victims of abuse. Tri-Valley Haven’s 24-hours crisis hot-line is answered by a trained Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Crisis Counselor anytime day or night. If you are in an abusive relationship, or if you just have questions, a Tri-Valley Haven advocate is here to help.

Sexual Assault Services

No one deserves to be sexually assaulted or abused ever. If you have experienced sexual assault, it is not your fault and you are not alone. Tri-Valley Haven is here to help.

Sexual assault is a term used to describe a range of violent crimes, including rape, attempted rape, incest, molestation, spousal rape, statutory rape and any unwanted sexual contact. Sexual assault is not about sex, but about power and control. Anyone can be a survivor of sexual assault. Tri-Valley Haven is dedicated to aiding all survivors.

Homeless and Family Support Services

Tri-Valley Haven offers services for individuals and families who are homeless or in severe economic need, including shelter, a food pantry, and transitional housing. We believe in effectively aiding homeless individuals and families by creating a pathway to solve their challenges and heal their trauma. The Haven works to empower individuals effected by poverty so they become self-sufficient and graduate into stable, permanent housing.

There are a large and rising number of Tri-Valley residents who lack a safe place to call home. In a state with vast amounts of wealth, more than 150,000 Californians sleep in shelters, cars, or on the street. Homelessness is becoming a common fixture in the East Bay and Tri-Valley areas. Over 40% of homeless families have children.

Homeless and Family Support Services


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Statement from the Bay Area Domestic Violence Shelter and Tri-Valley Haven Collaborative Condemning Ongoing Anti-Asian Violence

Tri-Valley Haven and the Bay Area Domestic Violence Shelter Collaborative stand in solidarity with Asian and Asian-American communities who continue to face unimaginable violence and hate across the country. Since the beginning of the pandemic, we have seen a pattern of anti-Asian violence fueled by the rhetoric of white supremacy movements and legislators from the far right and conservative media outlets who have continued to blame the Asian community for the virus. This rhetoric continues to escalate violence which has resulted in numerous fatalities, disabling injuries and inflicted trauma and fear for the individual victims and the entire Asian and Asian American communities.

Since the mid-1800s, generations of Asian Americans have contributed to the fabric of American society and worked hard to achieve the American Dream. Unfortunately the recent violence is only the most recent manifestation of systemic racism, including the banning of Chinese immigration for 60 years through the Chinese Exclusion Act, the internment of Japanese Americans during World War II, and attacks against South Asians after 9/11.  Despite being seen as the perpetual foreigner, Asian American communities have a long history of strength, resilience, and social justice movement building, including in the field of gender-based violence.

Across our country, Asian American women are reporting hate incidents 2.3 times more than men.  The hypersexualization of Asian women and historic colonization of Asian countries has created a toxic stew of racism, classism, sexism that normalizes violence against Asian women.  This dynamic has often played out privately in situations of gender-based violence – whether domestic violence, human trafficking, or sexual assault – and is now playing out publicly in the horrific events of the last year.

As agencies actively working to end gender-based violence and all forms of violence and hate in our communities against all people, we call on our allies to join us in reaffirming our commitment to peace and justice, to stand and actively speak out and take action when anti-Asian comments, attitudes and hate crimes are being committed and to continue our pursuit of building peace in the family, in neighborhoods, across the country and around the world.

Источник: https://trivalleyhaven.org/

It takes a community to End Hunger.

Give today to turn $1 into 2 holiday meals!

It takes a community to End Hunger.

Give today to turn $1 into 2 holiday meals!

A Catalyst Year By the Numbers

This pandemic exposed what we already knew — hunger does not affect us all equally. Systemic inequities ensured the fault lines of our economy only widened. In our latest Hunger Report, we share our latest survey results where more than half of respondents have lost work due to the pandemic and half of them turned to us for the first time. The majority of respondents also have yet to recover, which is an ongoing trend as there is no vaccine for hunger. Read our latest Hunger Report for more details.

2021 Hunger REPORT

NEED HELP?

Our Food Locator tool can help you find weekly free groceries, monthly food boxes for seniors, one-time emergency food, or help to enroll in CalFresh (food stamps).

FIND FOOD

FOOD FOR TODAY. BUILDING FOR TOMORROW.

The Food Bank is a lifeline for many. As the pandemic raged, food insecurity increased. Facing challenges, we have pushed our warehouse to its limit. Help us expand to serve over 200,000 people weekly. Join the Campaign for a Future Without Hunger.

LEARN MORE

 

Expanding for a Hunger-Free Future

Pre-COVID, we were already a lifeline for 140,000 people weekly. The pandemic forced thousands more to turn to us for help. We aren’t renovating to expand, but to sustain — to continue to meet the elevated levels of need and to be able to serve more than 200,000 people weekly.

See more videos

Food Bank Updates

Join our mailing list and we'll send updates about what the Food Bank is doing to meet the growing need in the community.

  • 32,000

    households receiving weekly groceries - 28,000 more than before the pandemic

  • 1

    emergency Pop-up pantries are open

  • 1,000+

    seniors sheltering in place get home-delivered groceries

  • 1x

    as many visits to our Food Locator

How You Can Help

Volunteer

Make a hands-on difference by volunteering in our warehouse or in our community.

SIGN UP NOW

Donate

Every $1 donated provides 2 meals for neighbors in need.

DONATE NOW

Start a Drive

Rally your friends, coworkers, and family against hunger!

LEARN MORE
Источник: https://www.sfmfoodbank.org/

Get Involved

Holiday memories are made around the dinner table. This year, as families gather after a long time apart, holiday traditions will feel even more special. Baking holiday treats, tasting your favorite dish – but most importantly, reconnecting with friends and family over a special holiday meal. Food brings us together; food helps make lasting memories.

However, for families facing hunger in our region, holiday meals might not feel as special. But you can help. We want all families to enjoy time together during the holidays and to gather over a very special meal. By supporting our annual Holiday Campaign, you can help families find joy this holiday season. 


Donate


Financial Contributions

Please consider making a personal donation or a corporate gift. $1 = 4 meals


Employee Giving

A few dollars from each pay can make a lasting impact.


IRA/Stock Rollover

Contact Debra Hagarty at 330.535.6900 to learn ways you can support the Foodbank through deferred and planned gifts.

Donate to the Holiday Campaign


Holiday Giving Opportunities


Double Dollar Day

On November 29, 2021, donate to your Foodbank on Cyber Monday and a generous friend of the Foodbank will match your gift. On this day, $1 = 8 meals!


Send an E-card

Make a monetary gift in honor of friends, family or employees. Request that an e-card be sent to them in recognition of your generosity.

Send E-Card


Decorate Our Tree

Stop by the Foodbank and purchase an ornament for our holiday tree. We are open Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm.


Start a Fundraiser


Host a Food & Funds Drive

Collect food and financial contributions for your Foodbank. Coordinator Kits will be mailed beginning November 1, 2021 and include materials you need to make your drive a success!  A variety of resources are also available on our Campaign Resources page. Check back for additional resources!

Register Your Drive   


Start a Facebook Fundraiser

Facebook makes it easy to set up an online fundraiser for the Foodbank. You can invite your family and friends to donate and help spread the word on social media.

Start a facebook fundraiser


Host a virtual food drive

Create a personalized online fundraiser and share the link with your social networks. You can set a goal and track the status of your philanthropic efforts.

Create Your Fundraising Page


Shop Around


Activate Amazon Smile

Amazon will donate 0.5 percent of your eligible AmazonSmile purchase when you select the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank.

Visit Amazon Smile


Campaign Events

Источник: https://www.akroncantonfoodbank.org/campaign/2021-holiday-campaign

 Thank you to our partners

As more and more Americans get vaccinated against COVID-19, it seems like the end is finally in sight. That makes it even easier to forget that for millions of Americans, the crisis is far from over.

But hope marches on.

Many of your neighbors are struggling every day to make ends meet. People in your community don’t know how they are going to keep the car running and the heat and electricity on. In fact, 7.1 million Americans are behind on the rent, and 63% of all Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.

But hope marches on.

Food insecurity continues to be a source of pain for a large portion of the population. Families without access to nutritious meals are going hungry every day. Today, 20 million Americans don’t have enough food to eat.

But hope marches on.

Today we need hope more than ever, if only to keep others from losing it. A life without hope is the breeding ground for all kinds of physical and spiritual diseases, including alcoholism and drug addiction. And if we’ve learned from the record number of people who overdosed in 2020, it’s that hope is in short supply for a lot of people in our communities.

But hope marches on.

What started in 1891 as one pot to collect funds to feed a free Christmas dinner to San Francisco’s destitute and poverty-stricken community has grown into The Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle campaign, one of the most impactful and iconic outreach initiatives in the world, year after year after year. To the homeless, the red kettles represent safe shelter from the streets. To the hungry, they promise a warm meal. To those struggling with addiction and alcoholism, they mean the possibility of a new life free of the bondage of chemicals.

And for everyone, the red kettles represent hope.

Our work this holiday season is going to be even more crucial to serve the most vulnerable — regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or gender orientation — in your community.

Please join our effort to keep hope marching on.

 

Источник: https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/brighten-the-holidays/

It takes a community to End Hunger.

Give today to turn $1 into 2 holiday meals!

It takes a community to End Hunger.

Give today to turn $1 into 2 holiday meals!

A Catalyst Year By the Numbers

This pandemic exposed what we already knew — hunger does not affect us all equally. Systemic inequities ensured the fault lines of our economy only widened. In our latest Hunger Report, we share our latest survey results where more than half of respondents have lost work due to the pandemic and half of them turned to us for the first time. The majority of respondents also have yet to recover, which is an ongoing trend as there is no vaccine for hunger. Read our latest Hunger Report for more details.

2021 Hunger REPORT

NEED HELP?

Our Food Locator tool can help you find weekly free groceries, monthly food boxes for seniors, holiday food drive near me emergency food, or help to enroll in CalFresh (food stamps).

FIND FOOD

FOOD FOR TODAY. BUILDING FOR TOMORROW.

The Food Bank is a lifeline for many. As the pandemic raged, food insecurity increased. Facing challenges, we have pushed our warehouse to its limit. Help us expand to serve over 200,000 people weekly. Join the Campaign for a Future Without Hunger.

LEARN MORE

 

Expanding for a Hunger-Free Future

Pre-COVID, we were already a lifeline for 140,000 people weekly. The pandemic forced thousands more to turn to us for help. We aren’t renovating to expand, but to sustain — to continue to meet the elevated levels of need and to be able to serve more than 200,000 people weekly.

See more videos

Food Bank Www unionbank com in our mailing list and we'll send updates about what the Food Bank is doing to meet the growing need in the community.

  • 32,000

    households receiving weekly groceries - 28,000 more than before the pandemic

  • 1

    emergency Pop-up pantries are open

  • 1,000+

    seniors sheltering in place get home-delivered groceries

  • 1x

    as many visits to our Food Locator

How You Can Help

Volunteer

Make a hands-on difference by volunteering in our warehouse or in our community.

SIGN UP NOW

Donate

Every $1 donated provides 2 meals for neighbors in need.

DONATE NOW

Start a Drive

Rally your friends, coworkers, and family against hunger!

LEARN MORE
Источник: https://www.sfmfoodbank.org/

Give the gift of a meal to someone in need this holiday season.

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No child or family should go hungry during the holidays and with your help they won’t.  Along with partners across the community, there are many ways for you to give back over the holiday season. For every $1 you gift, the food bank can provide enough food for 4 meals for someone in need.

When you are hungry, no gift is better than having enough to eat.

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Honor friends and family this holiday season with a gift in their name to the Food Bank. For a minimum $10 donation, we’ll provide a holiday card to commemorate your gift. Learn more.

 

 

 

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Feed4More

This holiday season, Whole Foods Market shoppers can donate funds to the Feed4More campaign. Proceeds will be used to purchase foods at cost and then food will be donated to the Food Bank for Larimer County.

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November 1 – December 31

Donate to the Food Bank at Natural Grocers in November and December and they will match your gift (up to $50,000).

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November 1 – December 31

Check Out Hunger

Walmart shoppers can donate to the Food Bank holiday food drive near me Larimer County at the check out counter throughout the holiday season.

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Turkey Drive

Each year, the Food Bank collects, stores and then distributes frozen turkeys and holiday “fixins” to our agency partners, including Salvation Army and Catholic Charities. Our partners, in turn, provide meals and/or holiday food baskets for people in need.This year’s goal is 2,500 turkeys – up from 2,000 last year due to increased requests.

Frozen turkeys can be dropped off Monday – Friday, 8am – 4pm at the Food Bank facility at 1301 Blue Spruce. 

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Subaru’s Share the Love

This holiday season, with the purchase/lease of any new Subaru at Dellenbach Subaru in Fort Collins, $250 will be donated to the Food Bank. 

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Thanksgiving Day Run

This Fort Collins tradition features a 4 mile run through Old Town Fort Collins and City Park and is a fun way for families to kick off the holiday season while supporting the Food Bank. Learn more!

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December 6

Bread N’ Boards

Hosted and organized by Sears Trostel Lumber in Fort Collins, Bread N Boards raises more than $20,000 for hunger relief each year. Guests chose from thousands of custom made bread boards to purchase for holiday gift giving and are treated to certificates for a free loaf of bread at Great Harvest Bread Company. Learn more!

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Colorado Gives Day

Help us raise $100,000 in one day! Colorado Gives Day is an annual statewide movement to celebrate and increase philanthropy in Colorado through online giving. And for the first bbva compass bank atm locations ever, it features a $1 Million Incentive Fund created by the partners, one of the largest gives-day incentive funds in the country.Pre-schedule your donation today!

Источник: https://foodbanklarimer.org/holiday-giving/

Holiday Food Drive

Help support 105.7 The Point’s 2021 Holiday Food Drive to benefit Operation Food Search, by donating $6 TO GET 6 STICKERS!

Make a minimum $6.00 online donation anytime this December, and we’ll mail you a Rizzuto Show sticker pack, including this year’s limited-edition holiday-themed WEIRDO sticker and one each of the Rizz Show cartoon heads of all five guys! No need to leave your house this December to participate…just donate $6.00 or more online at the link below to support Operation Food Search…and we’ll mail you your six stickers courtesy of Erb Equipment!

Now more than ever, it’s a very important time to help support organizations like Operation Food Search! Operation Food Search distributes more than $35 million worth of food and necessities to 330 community partners in 31 Missouri and Illinois counties and in the city of St. Louis.

Make your donation HERE!

Thanks to our Food Drive sponsor Erb Equipment – your St. Louis John Deere construction equipment dealership.

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Источник: https://www.1057thepoint.com/event/virtual-holiday-food-drive/

Together, we can solve hunger!

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Member of Feeding America

Our mission is to feed people in need today  and foster collaborative solutions to end hunger tomorrow.

We believe no one in Alabama should go hungry. We believe there is a solution to the problem of hunger in Alabama. For every person who is currently in need, there are even more people in Alabama willing and able to reach out with a helping hand.

How does food banking work?

The Community Food Bank of Central Alabama operates as a food distribution center. We purchase food from industry sources, and holiday food drive near me receive surplus food reclaimed from local grocery stores. (We also welcome food donations from the community!) In turn, we distribute that food to over 255 nonprofits in the community who act as our agency partners. The agencies receive food from the Community Food Bank and distribute that food to those in need, free of charge.

We do not distribute food directly from our facility, but we operate a number of public food distributions, called Mobile Pantries, which we host around our 12-county area. When we identify a gap, either geographically or demographically, that leaves specific populations vulnerable to hunger, we operate direct meal programs that foster healthy food access for those at risk of hunger. You can find these distributions on the calendar on our Find Food page.

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The Community Food Bank provides food in 12 counties across Central Alabama:
Blount, Calhoun, Holiday food drive near me, Clay, Cleburne, Etowah, Jefferson, Shelby, St. Clair, Talladega, Walker, and Winston.

Double your Donation TODAY!

Many employers MATCH your charitable donations!
Use this easy tool to check if your company will match your donation at no cost to you!

Do you volunteer for the Community Food Bank? Some companies will even donate to us (a Volunteer Grant) in return for your time!

How You Can Help

Due to increased unemployment, lack of school meals, and decreased work capability,
food insecurity is at an all-time high. 

The Community Food Bank of Central Alabama is rising to meet this need, but we need your help. We are in need of volunteers and donations, but the best way to help us is through financial support. We are able to stretch each dollar to feed four people. Through your direct donations, we can reach more people. Any amount helps. You can donate using the link below, or mail a check to the Community Food Bank of Central Alabama, PO Box 55029, Birmingham, AL 35255.

The Community Food Bank of Central Alabama is actively monitoring developments related to COVID-19. We are taking proactive measures to protect the health and well-being of our staff, volunteers, and clients as we continue to serve our community. All associated with the Food Bank’s activity are encouraged to follow the guidelines set by the CDC and Alabama Department of Public Health. We are taking necessary precautions to help make sure that our food remains safe, our staff remains healthy, and that our distributions can continue.

With the impact of COVID-19, we adapted to fit the community’s needs. In 2020, we impacted over 428 thousand unique holiday food drive near me, a drastic increase over the 189 thousand served in 2019. We shifted to primarily using a “truck to trunk” mobile pantry distribution method that has holiday food drive near me safe and effective, something paramount in importance to our community, staff, and volunteers.

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Need Food? The Community Food Bank provides food for over 259 Partner Agencies (soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, etc.), as well as hosts Mobile Pantry distributions.
To find the closest one to you, click the button below.

Need additional assistance? United Way’s 211 services can help you find any type of assistance that you need, whether it is food, shelter, clothing, utility assistance, and more. If you are in the Birmingham area and need assistance, dial 2-1-1 for United Way’s Referral Line, or if you have internet access, you can reach the guided referral system below.

Источник: https://www.feedingal.org/

 Thank you to our partners

As more and more Americans get vaccinated against COVID-19, it seems like the end is finally are bread and butter pickles good for you sight. That makes it even easier to forget that for millions of Americans, the crisis is far from over.

But hope marches on.

Many of your neighbors are struggling every day to make ends meet. People in your community don’t know how they are going to keep the car running and the heat and electricity on. In fact, 7.1 million Americans are behind on the rent, and 63% of all Americans are living paycheck to paycheck.

But hope marches on.

Food insecurity continues to be a source of pain for a large portion of the population. Families without access to nutritious meals are going hungry every day. Holiday food drive near me, 20 million Americans don’t have enough food to eat.

But hope marches on.

Today we need hope more than ever, if only to keep others from losing it. A life without hope is the breeding ground for all kinds of physical and spiritual diseases, including alcoholism and drug addiction. And if we’ve learned from the record number of people who overdosed in 2020, it’s that hope is in short supply for a lot of people in our communities.

But hope marches on.

What started in 1891 as one pot to collect funds to feed a free Christmas dinner to San Francisco’s destitute and poverty-stricken community has grown into The Salvation Army’s annual Red Kettle campaign, one of the most impactful and iconic outreach initiatives in the world, year after year after year. To the homeless, the red kettles represent safe shelter from the streets. To the hungry, they promise a warm meal. To those struggling with addiction and alcoholism, they mean the possibility of a new life free of the bondage of chemicals.

And for everyone, the red kettles represent hope.

Our work this holiday season is going to be even more crucial to serve the most vulnerable — regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, ethnicity, or gender orientation — in your community.

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Источник: https://www.salvationarmyusa.org/usn/brighten-the-holidays/

Get Involved

Holiday memories are made around the dinner table. This year, as families gather after a long time apart, holiday traditions will feel even more special. Baking holiday treats, tasting your favorite dish – but most importantly, reconnecting with friends and family over a special holiday meal. Food brings us together; food helps make lasting memories.

However, for families facing hunger in our region, holiday meals might not feel as special. But you can help. We want all families to enjoy time together during the holidays and to gather over a very special meal. By supporting our annual Holiday Campaign, you can help families find joy this holiday season. 


Donate


Financial Contributions

Please consider making a personal donation or a corporate gift. $1 = 4 meals


Employee Giving

A few dollars from each pay can holiday food drive near me a lasting impact.


IRA/Stock Rollover

Contact Debra Hagarty at 330.535.6900 to learn ways you can support the Foodbank through deferred and planned gifts.

Donate to the Holiday Campaign


Holiday Giving Opportunities


Double Dollar Day

On November 29, 2021, donate to your Foodbank on Cyber Monday and a generous friend of the Foodbank will match your gift. On this day, $1 = 8 meals!


Send an E-card

Make a monetary gift in honor of friends, family or employees. Request that an e-card be sent to them in recognition of your generosity.

Send E-Card


Decorate Our Tree

Stop by the Foodbank and purchase an ornament for our holiday tree. We are open Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm.


Start a Fundraiser


Host a Food & Funds Drive

Collect food and financial contributions for your Foodbank. Coordinator Kits will be mailed beginning November 1, 2021 and include materials you need to make your drive a success!  A variety of resources are also available on our Campaign Resources page. Check back for additional resources!

Register Your Drive   


Start a Facebook Fundraiser

Facebook makes it easy to set up an online fundraiser for the Foodbank. You can invite your family and friends to donate and help spread the word on social media.

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