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February 12, 2012

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February 11, 2011

I am a food resource, freight and logistics person for the Food Bank of Alaska. FBA provides food assistance to food pantries all over the State of Alaska and distributes approximately 6,000,000 lbs o... more

February 12, 2012

SeaShare has continued to support Food Bank of Alaska by providing much needed protein in the form of canned salmon. This product is distributed to FBA agencies serving villages and communities throughout Southcentral Alaska and the Matanuska Valley. At a time of reduced income from both government and traditional donation sources due to a sluggish economy the salmon provided by SeaShare is invaluable in trying to provide a balanced, healthy diet to our neoghbors in need. Reg Buchanan Food Resources Food Bank of Alaska

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Definitely

How do you feel you were treated by this organization?

Very Well

When was your last experience with this nonprofit?

2012

February 11, 2011

I am a food resource, freight and logistics person for the Food Bank of Alaska. FBA provides food assistance to food pantries all over the State of Alaska and distributes approximately 6,000,000 lbs of food to over 80,000 Alaskan each year. Seashare has been a wondeful help in providing much needed protein (other than peanut butter) to needy families all over Alaska. As much of the product is from Alaskan waters its culturally acceptable and meets a definite need, especially in rural Alaska, during the winter months. Working with Jim and Mary Harmon has been a very productive experience in obtaining, shipping and distributing these very valuable seafood commodities.

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Distribution of Seahare products to Alaskan food pantries serving needy families as well as other Alaskan food banks. I have personally visited many of these food pantries and know first hand what they are doing with the products.

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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Expand it. Lack of protein other than USDA peanut butter is a constant challenge that every food bank deals with and, with a down economy the last couple of years, the demand on food banks for nutritous foods has grown enormously.

February 15, 2011

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February 15, 2011

SeaShare is an irreplaceable partner to the food bank network. Food Lifeline distributes food to over 300 food banks in Western Washington and SeaShare sources donations for hundreds of thousands of pounds of high quality, nutritious seafood ever year. The relationships they have built with seafood companies are productive, personal, and incredibly beneficial to hungry people in the region. We could not provide the service and variety of food to our agencies without SeaShare.

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If it were not for SeaShare, I would be spending substantially more of my time building relationships with seafood companies in the area and a better understanding of their industry. Because SeaShare is so effectively involved with donors, I can spend my time building partnerships with companies in other industries that require my attention, such as produce, manufacturing and distribution.

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If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...

Change nothing.

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