Update for Tuesday, January 17, 2017: Some of us were able to make it into the office. If you have a delivery or pick up question, please check for an email update or call for details. We ask for your patience this week as we catch up from the ice storm! Thank you & be safe.

 

 

Many thanks to all who made a difference in 2016! Whether you made a donation of time or money, your support of the Food Bank of Siouxland is greatly appreciated.

As we come into 2107, the Food Bank continues it’s mission of helping to end hunger in Siouxland. And with your continued support, we will keep moving toward that goal.

One way you can make a difference now is by supporting our “Empty Bowls” Hunger Awareness Fundraiser. On Friday, Feb. 3, 2017, nearly 600 guests will come together to eat soup and help others. Do your part now. Here’s how:

  • Make a donation or become a named sponsor. You can make a tax-deductible donation through our Help Solve Hunger online page. Or call Development Director Jennifer Hart at 712-255-9741 x205, to find out about naming sponsorship opportunities and receive recognition at the event.
  • Purchase tickets. Check out the event page for ticket information or call today to make a reservation. This event does sell out. Tickets will not be sold at the door.
  • Donate to the silent auction. Help us raise more funds through our silent auction and drawings. Call Jennifer at the number above to discuss your in-kind donation.
  • Spread the word! Help spread the word about the Food Bank and our quest to make sure no one is Siouxland goes to bed hungry! Like & share our Facebook page!

Working together, we can help fill the soup bowls and dinner plates of the hungry in Siouxland. Let’s make 2017 the year we make a difference in our own lives as well as the lives of our neighbors.


Ways to Give:

      

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Mission Statement: The Food Bank of Siouxland, a nonprofit organization, strives to be responsive to the needs of its agencies, donors and volunteers by efficiently soliciting and distributing food to feeding programs for the needy.

The Food Bank of Siouxland is an equal opportunity provider.”


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