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WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU CALL THE AGENCY YOU INTEND TO VISIT BEFOREHAND TO SEE IF THEY ARE CURRENTLY IN OPERATION AS SOME AGENCIES HAVE TEMPORARILY CLOSED DUE TO COVID-19 RELATED REASONS.
To improve the quality of life for our community's food insecure families and children by providing adequate food and nutrition through our network of local charities and organizations feeding the hungry.
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A Message from Our Executive Director
The recent crisis surrounding the spread of COVID-19 is affecting our most vulnerable neighbors. Across the food bank network the demands for food relief are increasing. Closed businesses result in employees being put on unpaid leave causing additional hardship for food insecure families. Measures intending to reduce transmission such as quarantines and asking vulnerable populations to stay home are forcing seniors and immunocompromised people to rely on expensive and limited grocery delivery services. Children whose schools have closed do not have access to school meals.
In the midst of this crisis, food banks across the country are providing vital relief. Tri-State Food Bank is committed to serving the ill and the needy, and we will remain open and continue to supply food where it’s needed most and help those in crisis. Our staff and volunteers will continue to practice good hygiene and frequent hand washing to lower the risk of spreading the virus. A food bank’s main goal is to be a resource for feeding programs – pantries, soup kitchens, senior meal boxes, backpack programs, etc. – and have a supply of food available to help the needy.
Thank you for your support in these challenging times.
Tri-State Food Bank Executive Director
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