BUILDING TO FEED COMMUNITIES
One in every six people in our neighborhoods is experiencing food insecurity. Hunger leads to health problems, failure in school, difficulty at work and reduced self-reliance. People need your help now – including children, veterans, seniors, the working poor and families, many headed by a single parent.
You can help by contributing to our Building to Feed Communities campaign, volunteering and advocating. The need has grown. We must have the necessary infrastructure to double distribution. We are expanding and renovating our warehouse because we need more space, crucial equipment, new freezers and coolers, and an inventory system.
With your help, we can do this. It means more and better quality food for our hungry neighbors.
THE NEED IS GROWING:
BE A HUNGER HERO
H.O.P.E. Farm Staff and Volunteers Provide TAFB Food to Hungry Children: “For many, it’s the only hot meal they will eat between lunch and breakfast the next day.” Shawn Thrasher, program assistant for partner agency H.O.P.E Farm, about the Summer Feeding Program aided by local Kids Café volunteers.
A Partner Agency Exec Talks about The Food Bank: “The leadership and training TAFB provides helps us to keep our doors open.” Karen Fuller, Executive Director of Community Link Mission, Saginaw
A Senior Citizen Is Grateful for The Food Bank: “The senior center is a refuge for me. I’m grateful for groceries and hot meals from the Food Bank.” Carolyn Wilson, Client of the Handley Meadowbrook Senior Center