While local food banks are there to serve those in the community battling hunger, some also help provide essential non-food items as well. When gathering items for your local food bank or during a food drive, considering donating these five non-food items as well.
As we’re heading into the last weekend until Thanksgiving (officially kicking off the “Holiday Season”), if you’re able to pick up some extra “holiday foods” that are almost always on sale during this time, do it so you can donate those goods to your local food bank.
When it comes to fighting hunger in the United States, the obvious sources of assistance many of us think of are food banks and soup kitchens. While we cannot stress the importance of those two sources, many Americans have also thought of non-traditional ways to help those dealing with food insecurity.
Per the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), one in eight Americans is “food insecure.”
Whether at work or at school, organizing a food drive is a great way to bring everyone together to help those in need. However, there's a lot to considering in order to make your food drive a success. Here are just five tips to considering when organizing a food drive.
When it comes to getting involved in any cause, one of the most important things anyone can to is finding the right organization where your time and/or money will go the farthest, and fighting hunger is no exception.
While food banks are grateful for the many donations they receive, there are certain items that are in shorter supply than others. Here are just seven items to consider donating to your local food bank or to a future food drive.