2009 Ice Storms
Thousands of people without power during the recent ice storms turned to shelters and warming centers for help. Tri-State Food Bank provided over 10 tons of food to disaster relief organizations in Vanderburgh and Warrick counties in Indiana, and Daviess and Hopkins counties in Kentucky.
You Can Help - Severe flooding along the Wabash River has displaced many residents in Indiana and Illinois. Counties served by Tri-State Food Bank that were hard hit are Daviess County and Gibson County in Indiana and Lawrence County in Illinois. You can help in the relief efforts by donating product or funds.
Donations of non-perishable food, cleaning supplies, or cash donations may be dropped off at Tri-State Food Bank, 801 E. Michigan Street, Evansville. Also, non-perishable food and cleaning supplies may be dropped off at Menards, 2005 Richland Creek Dr., Princeton, IN.
Large donations, please contact our office 812-425-0775 to arrange for pick up.
You may also donate on line through America's Second Harvest link below.
2005 Tornado Response Recap
St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Evansville partnered with Tri-State Food Bank to help families impacted from the November tornados through their long term recovery process with grocery and food supplies.
Tornado survivors received food and non-food product at the Food Bank on the 3rd Saturday of each month from November 2005 through Sept 15, 2006. FEMA or Red cross Numbers determined eligibility.