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Find Your Local Food Bank | Feeding America® Food Banks

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Items Food Banks Need Most

Before you donate to your local food bank, check out this list of items needed most! #donation #payitforward

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Charlevoix Turkey Trot Collects Food for Local Food Pantries - Northern Michigan's News Leader

farmfolkcityfolk Magazine... Knowledge... Pantry..... Seed Manuals.... Seed Grower Resources..... Community Farm Resources Documents... Links...... farmfolkcityfolk is a non-profit organization that works with food communities toward a local, sustainable food system by working on projects that provide access to & protection of foodlands; that support local, small scale growers and producers; and that educate, communicate and celebrate with local food communities.

Have surplus food in your garden? Find a local food pantry to donate your fresh garden produce to.

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Volunteer With Your Kids

Volunteering with Kids - Donate food to a food pantry. Have your child pick out one item each time you go to the store. When you get a bagful, take it to a local food pantry. - i like this one because it's very visual for a young toddler

from NJ.com

With community gardens, Union County volunteers combat hunger

Two community gardens, one in Hillside and one in Union, donate their produce to local food pantries while also providing educational opportunities.

13 Things Local Food Pantries Really Wish You Knew This Holiday Season - http://healthbeautytrainer.com/health/13-things-local-food-pantries-really-wish-you-knew-this-holiday-season/

According to statistics by Island Harvest and Feeding America, more than 316,000 Long Islanders are at risk of hunger each day. With Island Harvest alone serving 70,000 individuals each week through its programs, food pantries across Long Island are always in need of food donations to serve those in need, especially around the holidays. Follow the link below for a list of local food pantries that you can play an active role in, whether through donating food or volunteering time.