SAN ANTONIO FOOD BANK RECOGNIZES AREA PARTNERS FOR SERVICE
Did you join us on March 20th, 2014 for the Golden Apple Awards Banquet held in our new Valero Event Space? We had over 350 people join us for this fantastic celebration in honor of our partner agencies! We enjoyed music from a brass quintet from UTSA, an inspiring message from Clarence Lowe of StarForce, a delicious dinner prepared by our Community Kitchen, awards for ten agencies and a true appreciation from our President & CEO Eric Cooper to all of you. We are so grateful to all of the partners of the San Antonio Food Bank. We truly could not serve the community in the ways that we do and at the capacity that we do, without the efforts of the many partners throughout Southwest Texas. The community is nourished through the love and hard work of many.” Eric S. Cooper, President/CEO, San Antonio Food Bank.
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•Dorothy Gonzales Hunger Fighter of the Year: Roland and Laura Salazar of Jubilee Outreach of San Antonio, TX •Hunger Fighter Team of the Year: Mayfield Baptist Church of San Antonio, TX •Senior Program: Good Sam Community Center, San Antonio TX •Children’s Program: Boys & Girls Club at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church, San Antonio, TX •Nutrition Partner of the Year: KIPP: San Antonio •Client Services Partner of the Year: DaVita Dialysis Center at Las Palmas •Honorable Mention “Best All Around” Multi Service Agency of the Year: Family Life Center at Tree of Life Church, New Braunfels, TX •“Best All Around” Multi Service Agency of the Year: Catholic Charities, Guadalupe Community Center, San Antonio, TX •Honorable Mention “Excellence” Food Pantry of the Year: St. Vincent de Paul at St. John Bosco, Natalia, TX •“Excellence” Food Pantry of the Year: St. Vincent de Paul at St. Joseph’s at Honey Creek, Spring Branch, TX
What’s the Meal Gap In Your County?
Every year, Feeding America conducts the Map the Meal Gap analysis in order to better understand hunger at the county level and provide geographically targeted solutions to feed people in need. You can select a year and your state in an interactive map and start learning more about the residents struggling with hunger in your community and the food banks that serve them. The most recent study was just released and you can see the results in an interactive Map the Meal Gap tool. Click here to check out the map in our service areas.
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