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Our mission is to lead our community in the fight to end hunger.

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Harry Chapin Food Bank feeds a quarter of a million people each month in our five-county footprint. We serve Charlotte, Collier, Glades, Hendry and Lee counties. Here are three ways you can help us lead our community in the fight to end hunger.

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Americans are skipping meals due to grocery costs

The inability to afford groceries could be impacting people’s mental health, as 21% reported feeling ashamed about their inability to afford groceries.

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Double your impact for children this summer

Turn Summer into the Season of Hope For children like Martin, summer should be filled with joy and adventure. Yet, for many families in Southwest…

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Our Impact Report

Our 2023 impact report is now available, highlighting Harry Chapin Food Bank’s impact in Southwest Florida and outlines the tangible changes we’ve made together. Together,…

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