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Help us Recover, Rebuild, Restore Southwest Florida

Florida is still reeling from the effects of Hurricane Irma. Although initial rescue and relief efforts have been underway, the road to recovery will be a prolonged and extensive journey. Thousands of Southwest Floridians will remain in dire need of assistance during the weeks and months ahead. If you are in a position to help others, please join forces with us to Recover, Rebuild, Restore our Southwest Florida community. Learn more

By the Numbers

What we accomplished fiscal year 16-17 (July, 1 2016 - June 30, 2017)

Serving Southwest Florida by providing food through pantries, soup kitchens and other sources. Every $1 given turns into $8 worth of food. 97 cents of every $1 go directly to food.

Latest News

  • Help Harry Chapin Food Bank Recover, Rebuild and Restore Southwest Florida

    The Harry Chapin Food Bank is launching a $500,000, six-week campaign to help Southwest Florida Recover, Rebuild, Restore from Hurricane Irma.

    We are shifting from distributing at emergency mobile pantries to replenishing our partner agencies with food, so they can distribute to the local communities and neighborhoods they serve.

    We want to ensure that our neighbors in need receive as much food and support as we can possibly provide. The food bank can turn every dollar donated into $8 worth …

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Fighting Hunger

  • Recover, Rebuild, Restore - Stories from Hurricane Irma

    Montes Eliscar

    Montes Eliscar waited patiently at an emergency mobile pantry distribution held by the Harry Chapin Food Bank in Naples. His power has been out since Irma devastated the area. “I can’t sleep at night and supplies are scarce,” he said. He luckily escaped the storm with a few trees that just missed his house. “I am very thankful. All the trees that came down in my area seemed to fall away from peoples’ homes.”


    But beyond …

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