When you invest in Food For All, you’re providing food for your neighbors and promoting human connection, a need that became even more evident in the pandemic.
But it is not just about food. It’s also about letting our neighbors know that they aren’t alone, be they blind clients who request our volunteers to read food labels, elders yearning for conversation, or immunocompromised individuals fearing social contact. This spirit of community infuses every part of what we do, from packing bags to interacting with volunteers and clients.
Your contributions have helped us dramatically scale up our operations to meet the unprecedented needs of the pandemic. (We are now serving 3,700 individuals and families weekly, compared to 140 before!) Your continued commitment to this work will help us to create innovative solutions to meet needs as they arise.