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Alabama Food Bank Association Receives a $50,000 donation from Wind Creek Hospitality for COVID-19 Relief Efforts

The Alabama Food Bank Association is grateful to Wind Creek for their tremendous support of Alabama communities. Wind Creek Hospitality’s support will help to provide 250,000 meals to Alabama families during the COVID-19 pandemic. Their donation comes at a critical time for food banks in Alabama as they respond to a greater need during this unprecedented crisis. Learn more about what this means for people in our community

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Alabama Food Bank Association Receives a $100,000 Grant from Truist for COVID-19 Relief Efforts

Alabama Food Bank Association today announced it received a $100,000 grant from Truist Financial Corporation to help provide hunger relief to Alabama families during the COVID-19 pandemic. The funds will be used to support the four Feeding America food banks in Alabama as they respond to this unprecedented crisis. Children have lost the school meals they depend on, families are struggling with lost wages, and seniors are more at risk for hunger than ever before.

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Lee County Farm City committee presents check to East Alabama Food Bank | http://ow.ly/XkQC50zSngT @OpelikaObserver #alabamafoodbanks #fighthunger #leecountyal

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Alan Jackson playing two drive-in concerts in Alabama

Alan Jackson playing two drive-in concerts in Alabama | A percentage of the money that comes in from each show will be given to food banks in the area. ... See more

Country music legend Alan Jackson will be performing two drive-in shows in Alabama next month where concert-goers will remain in

2 days ago
Pandemic causes 66% increase in food need in North Alabama

Pandemic causes 66% increase in food need in North Alabama
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Since the pandemic, the Food Bank of North Alabama says an increase in need has been consistent.

3 days ago
Over summer vacation, no school lunches means bigger crowds at food pantries

Over summer vacation, no school lunches means bigger crowds at food pantries: @FeedingTheGulf and its partner agencies are expecting to pick up the bulk of the ... See more

Escambia County schools served 180,000 meals to local children. Over the summer, food pantries will pick up the slack

2 weeks ago
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Hey #Alabama! You've done an amazing job so far! Let's bring this thing home! #helpyourneighbor #fighthunger #alabamafoodbanks alabamalegalfoodfrenzy.org

2 weeks ago
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The Alabama Food Bank Association is grateful to Wind Creek Hospitality for their tremendous support of Alabama communities. Wind Creek Hospitality's support will help to provide 250,000 meals to ... See more

2 weeks ago
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Hey #Alabama! Let's finish this year's Alabama Legal Food Frenzy strong! #helpyourneighbor #fighthunger #alabamafoodbanks https://alabamalegalfoodfrenzy.org/

3 weeks ago
Giving Tuesday: Reckon teams up with Alabama icons to help food banks

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Two special live episodes of the Reckon Interview will serve as fundraisers for the Alabama Food Bank Association.

3 weeks ago
Alabama Legal Food Frenzy

We had a great opening day for the #AlabamaLegalFoodFrenzy! A huge #thanks to all who have participated so far. Let's keep that momentum going on #GivingTuesdayNow. You can still register and donate ... See more

3 weeks ago
West Alabama Food Bank

Food distribution is held at our warehouse located at 3160 McFarland Blvd, Northport AL 35476. For staff safety, food must be placed in trunk or cargo area (SUV) of the vehicle.

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