To help provide relief to our neighbors in need, the Food Bank of Siouxland, Inc. works through a network of nearly 100 partner agencies and programs like food pantries, soup kitchens and emergency shelters.
But what happens when these places are too hard to reach?
We can’t let individuals go hungry just because they can’t get to sources of food. That’s why we deliver fresh, refrigerated food to communities in need through our Mobile Pantry Program: Food to You.
Please give now and help support programs like our Mobile Pantry Program: Food to You. Through your generosity, you can help deliver hope in the form of nutritious food to hungry children, seniors and families.
Our important work is only possible with your support. Together we are delivering food and hope to those facing hunger in the Siouxland area.
Other ways you can fight hunger:
You can also join our new Hunger Hero club! You will be making a difference all year and receive recognition for your gift all year! Each Hunger Hero will be helping us provide 32,500 pounds of food to those in need! Call Jennifer at 712-255-9741 for more information!
- Make a donation. You can make a tax-deductible donation through our “Fill Plates, End Hunger” online page. Or call Development Director Jennifer Hart at 712-255-9741 x205 to discuss your donation.
- Become a sustainer. The stress of bills comes on a monthly basis. You can help by making your donation recurring on our Help Solve Hunger Every Day online page.
- Donate your time. Volunteering is so rewarding and such a huge help to the Food Bank. Learn more here.
- Donate food. We gladly accept food donations of food. To learn more about what we can accept, please visit our website. If you’re making a special trip to the store to purchase food to donate, please consider donating cash instead as the Food Bank is able to secure 13 pounds of food for every $1 donated!
Thank you for working together to help solve hunger in Siouxland.
Ways to Give:
Leading Siouxland in the fight against hunger.
“The Food Bank of Siouxland is an equal opportunity provider.”