Are you having a difficult time finding a meaningful gift for your family and friends who aren’t easy to buy for? Give the gift of nourishment in their honor. Less than $5 will feed a family of four for a day.

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

Our vision is that no one has to go hungry in our community.

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About 151,600 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.

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Hunger Action Day 1200 630 Harry Chapin Food Bank

Hunger Action Day

  In recognition of National Hunger Action Day, we proudly joined Publix Super Markets in a conversation around food insecurity. We are reminded of all…

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Publix donates $100,000 to Harry Chapin Food Bank as pandemic lingers 1518 928 Harry Chapin Food Bank

Publix donates $100,000 to Harry Chapin Food Bank as pandemic lingers

Piles of boxes, long lines and empty trunks were just waiting to be filled with food on Tuesday.

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Harry Chapin Food Bank cancels distribution due to Tropical Depression Fred 783 441 Harry Chapin Food Bank

Harry Chapin Food Bank cancels distribution due to Tropical Depression Fred

Harry Chapin Food Bank regretfully cancels our drive-thru distribution scheduled for Saturday, August 14, 2021. The impacted distribution was scheduled to be held at Harns…

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