A summary of the findings, an interactive map of the United States, and the full report are available at Feeding America’s website. Local Map the Meal Gap findings are available here. Findings for children can be found available here.
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Treasure Coast Food Bank, Walmart, Sam’s Club and Feeding America Launch “Fight Hunger. Spark Change” FORT PIERCE, Fla. – Veterans. Seniors. Children. The working poor. Across the Treasure Coast, more than 86,600 people and 25,000 children struggle with hunger. To raise awareness and combat the issue, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Feeding America® and Treasure Coast [...]
2019 Map the Meal Gap study shows more than 86,000 struggle with hunger Greater percentage sinking further into poverty The Treasure Coast continues to see small but steady population growth, but that growing population continues to include a significant portion of people who don’t have enough food for [...]
A bounty of locally sourced, fresh food combined with the talents and tastes of Healthy Harvest Catering highlighted a scrumptious farm-to-table brunch at the annual Spring Forward for Hunger event, benefiting Treasure Coast Food Bank. Click here to view the full article as feature in TCPalm
Jacqueline Lopez-Morales, 14, of Port St. Lucie, plays a game of Jenga with her father after volunteering at the Treasure Coast Food Bank's monthly Social Sorting event April 9 at the headquarters in Fort Pierce.
Listen as Tania Ortega-Cowan takes you on an exploration of the Treasure Coast Food Bank's new industrial kitchen and production plant. Click here to view the full article as feature in WQCS.org
Riley Williams (right) hands a can of soup to his brother, Calvin Williams, both 8 years old and from Port St. Lucie, as they volunteer with their family during the Treasure Coast Food Bank's monthly Social Sorting event Tuesday, April 9, 2019, at the headquarters in Fort Pierce. The boys' father, Tavaris Williams (center), [...]
Social Sorting pairs good work with great times FORT PIERCE, Florida – April 2, 2019 Life is short. Do stuff that matters. Do it with others who care as well. That simple sentiment is behind a new program at Treasure Coast Food Bank that brings people together for fun paired with a little philanthropy. [...]
"The best way to not cry while cutting an onion is to have someone else cut it," said Daniel Leavy, culinary director and executive chef at Treasure Coast Food Bank in Fort Pierce, as he demonstrates knife skills to Alexina Costigan (front), Zachary Malaney and Bryce Green on Tuesday, March 19, 2019 during the second [...]
Spring Forward for Hunger showcases Treasure Coast Food Bank’s culinary and catering programs INDIANTOWN, Florida, March 20, 2019 - Spring Forward for Hunger slated for March 30, 2019, will showcase several Treasure Coast Food Bank programs that enhance the culinary landscape of the community. This year’s farm-to-table brunch at Kai-Kai Farm will feature a menu [...]