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We can't say enough about this organization--it's well-organized and professional, but also personal. The staff are extremely dedicated and the results speak for themselves. It's rare to find such a win-win... more
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The Soup Kitchen is an amazing organization. For over 30 years, this fine organization has been welcoming people in need, feeding... more »
- Boynton Beach, FL
I love volunteering for Oregon Food Bank. I have gone with school groups and with my children, and here's what I love about it: *... more »
- Portland, OR
I have found this food bank to care deeply about its clients, hugs are all around when clients come to pick up food. They are... more »
- Smithville, TX
I have worked with blessed givings for years. They are no longer in Delmar, DE. The have been in Georgetown, DE since 2006.... more »
- Delmar, DE
The Capital Area Food Bank Hunger Hotline Staff person is incompetent. She has sent me to several closed food pantries which wasted... more »
- Washington, DC
My Company donates on a quarterly basis to Hunger Task Force of Milwaukee and runs an annual Charity Event Called Palermo's Pizza... more »
- Milwaukee, WI
I have been serving on the Board of Directors of the Auburn InterFaith Food Closet (AIFC) off & on since 2006, and I can say from... more »
- Auburn, CA
http://www.harvestoutreachcenter.com/ Harvest Outreach Centers has been in in the past.As a rehabilitation Organization for Homeless... more »
- Dalton, GA
I love this charity - I think of all the time it saves women from having to harvest wood to cook their food. They can also boil... more »
- Sacramento, CA
This is a great organization that not only provides food for the community, but other services as well! I've had the pleasure... more »
- Odessa, TX
Although we live in a time when there is more food available than ever before, hunger is the leading cause of health problems.
Over 1 billion people, or about a sixth of the world population, are malnourished. And six million children die of hunger each year.
There are over 50,000 nonprofit organizations working to eliminate hunger and break the cycle of poverty - and you can help them do it. Whether you hand out food stamps, work at a food bank, or help at your local ministries, you, too, can make a difference.