THE FOOD BANK OF NORTHEAST GEORGIA WILL WORK TOWARD ENDING HUNGER AS PART OF AN OVERALL COMMUNITY EFFORT TO ALLEVIATE POVERTY.
Nonprofits always need money, but donating time to an agency’s mission is just as valuable. Volunteers are vital to the success of the Food Bank’s mission to end hunger in northeast Georgia. To find a volunteer opportunity that’s perfect for you, click here
For every $1 the Food Bank receives, we are able to distribute 6 meals. A small gift of just $5 will help the Food Bank distribute all of the healthy food you see to the left to those that need it. The Food Bank of Northeast Georgia does not sell, trade, or share the names of those who have so generously given to support our work to end hunger.
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Food drives are an easy way for you to show your support for the community and make a huge difference in the lives of many. Giving your food drive some thought and preparation beforehand will make all the difference in the world. The Food Bank has staff to support you along the way.
We are a network of friends working to feed the ill, needy, seniors, and children of northeast Georgia. Our mission is to work toward ending hunger as part of an overall effort to alleviate poverty in our community.
Hunger Bowl 2017 is a Wrap!
by Over 500,000 Pounds Collected
Hunger Bowl 2017 kicked off on October 27th with a breakfast at the Hilton Garden Inn. All of our teams were off and running .... with everyone's efforts culminating in a reception at our Newton Bridge warehouse.Read More
TAG announces that Tech Companies in Georgia raised over 275K meals for Food Banks
UGA Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication came out on top locally and statewide in the competition. They raised $1,086 and 60 pounds of food for the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia. With 5,755 points and 384 points per employee they earned the TAG Athens award and the Small Company Total Points award, beating out all of the other small companies statewide.Read More
Fresh Food Fair
Tessa never thought that her family would need the services of the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia, but since her husband was seriously injured in an auto accident she has found that being able to access mobile pantries has kept her pantry and refrigerator stocked with healthy food for her and her 3 children.Read More