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Roughly 155,000 people in the five Southwest Florida counties we serve struggle with hunger, which means they may not know where their next meal is coming from. Here are three ways to help.

Challenge Opportunity – Double Your Impact

Thanks to a $122,000 St. John’s Episcopal Church Challenge Grant, your gift today will be fully matched, doubling the impact for the many families struggling to provide food for their children and families during this difficult economic time.

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Letter Carriers “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive 657 419 Harry Chapin Food Bank

Letter Carriers “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive

After a two-year hiatus, the Letter Carrier Food Drive will be held on Saturday, May 14. Letter carriers in Lee County are gearing up for…

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St. John’s Episcopal Church Challenge Grant 2560 1448 Harry Chapin Food Bank

St. John’s Episcopal Church Challenge Grant

Have you seen the drastic increase in the price of gas? Are you noticing that each trip to the grocery store costs much more than…

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Copperleaf residents walk to raise $80K for Harry Chapin Food Bank 1374 774 Harry Chapin Food Bank

Copperleaf residents walk to raise $80K for Harry Chapin Food Bank

Some people in Southwest Florida need help to feed their families because of the ongoing pandemic. As many as 25 to 30% more people are…

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