God's Pantry Food Bank, Inc.
Rating: 5 stars 2 reviews
Location: 1685 Jaggie Fox Way Lexington KY 40511 USA
The mission of God''s Pantry Food Bank is to reduce hunger in Kentucky, through community cooperation, making the best possible use of all available resources.
Programs: The Fayette County Emergency Food Box Program provides a one-week supply of food for approximately 1,200 families each month through a network of six local food pantries.
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2 people found this review helpful
God's Pantry Food Bank serves those in need by providing high quality food through its extensive distribution system. God's Pantry Improves the quality of life for thousands of Kentuckians. The extraordinary service and compassion of staff and volunteers make this an outstanding non-profit. Having served as a active volunteer for over 30 years, prior to serving on the board of God's Pantry Food Bank, I have been very impressed by this incredibly efficient and effective organization.
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1 person found this review helpful
God's Pantry provides a service to families in need throughout central and eastern Kentucky. In addition to supplying emergency food needs, they provide education to encourage improved nutrition, basic cooking skills, and food safety. The leadership of the organization supports the local food system with "Plant a Row for the Hungry" and the Farm to Food Bank Initiative. God's Pantry should be commended on their service and innovative delivery, and committment to the agriculture and business community.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
collecting data for the hunger survey (talking to clients) and working on the Farm to Food Bank Initiative.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
continue to add creative, innovative staff