Together,
we can fight summer hunger.

Thanks to our Partner Agency Program, families like Emma’s have a way to find food in their communities during the summer. Together, we can fight summer 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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Harry Chapin Food Bank challenged to raise $350k to help feed senior citizens 1068 601 Harry Chapin Food Bank

Harry Chapin Food Bank challenged to raise $350k to help feed senior citizens

In order to receive the money from the Richard M. Schulze Family Foundation, Harry Chapin Food Bank needs to raise $350,000 for the senior feeding…

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A mobile pantry driver learns that the little things can truly make someone’s day 874 571 Harry Chapin Food Bank

A mobile pantry driver learns that the little things can truly make someone’s day

“When I see people’s emotions to the kindness of the food bank and the volunteers, it doesn’t go away after you’ve been there a long…

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It’s #GivingTuesday 2774 1814 Harry Chapin Food Bank

It’s #GivingTuesday

Give the gift of nourishment this #GivingTuesday. Less than $5 will feed a family of four for a day.

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