Kids in the Kitchen with San Antonio Food Bank
Aerial views of our pandemic-hit world
Eric Cooper, president and CEO of the San Antonio Food Bank: “Food banks across the country viewed USDA’s announcement of the Farmers to Families Food Boxes as an innovative solution to the supply chain challenges many growers and producers are experiencing due to COVID-19, and a solution that would also help connect additional food with communities [...]
Thank you KLRN for coming to visit our Learning Garden. We enjoyed teaching you about starting seeds and growing your garden.
H-E-B, which has been at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic with its efforts to protect shoppers, as well as providing incentives to employees who have been working along the frontlines, will soon announce another campaign to fight hunger.
With millions of people out of work, food banks have seen a major surge in demand since March. But August is set to be one of the busiest months yet, and that worries food bank operators.
In recognition of National Hot Dog Day on July 22, members of the North American Meat Institute (NAMI or the Meat Institute) are working with Feeding America to donate more than 325,000 hot dogs to food banks across the nation for people in need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
UTSA’s Food for Thought summer webinar series continues this week with a discussion on food insecurity in San Antonio—a problem that’s further compounded by the coronavirus pandemic.
Our club had connection with the San Antonio Food Bank and the United Way. Within a week, we had a project confirmed and scheduled. We had offers of trucks, boxes, and anything else we needed to run the food drive, and it all came from our members.
The San Antonio Food Bank is grateful to the Inland Empire Community Foundation for 15,000 in support of summer meals for children in San Antonio. This funding contributed toward 126,038 summer meals for kids in need who would otherwise have gone without essential nutrition. Find out more about the Food Bank's Summer [...]