For the third consecutive year CNH Industrial employees in Fargo planted a two-acre plot of sweet corn and donated all proceeds from its Corn Picking Fest to the Great Plains Food Bank in North Dakota. Employees collected about 3,486 pounds of corn on the cob which translates to about 3,170 meals which the food bank will provide to North Dakotans in need.
MILWAUKEE, October 5, 2021 /3BL Media/ - Food banks experienced high demand during the pandemic with an estimated one in six Americans facing hunger, according to a recent article from trade publication Packaging World.
The Puyallup Food Bank will be able to stay at the new temporary location, a former Safeway... rent-free for 6 months.
“We were at 80% capacity, 80% of the time pre-COVID, but now the need has tripled,” says Chief Executive Officer Jim Beaudoin. “We are so grateful to Safeway for allowing us to move into this vacant space.”
OMAHA, Neb., April 3, 2020 /3BL Media/ – MetLife Foundation announced today that it is donating $50,000 to Food Bank for the Heartland to help deal with increased demand for their services as a result of coronavirus.
The National Association for EHS&S Management (NAEM) recently held its forum in Toronto. NAEM “empowers corporate leaders to advance environmental stewardship, create safe and healthy workplaces, and promote global sustainability.”
Read about what NAEM members accomplished on this forum, from motivating discussions to beach cleanup and donating to the local food bank.
Each summer – a time when food pantries tend to run low on donations - the PayPal employee GIVE Team in Omaha, Nebraska partners with Food Bank for the Heartland to donate and prepare meals during the Strike Out Hunger campaign.
Here's how you can help Wells Fargo and Feeding America take on hunger in America this holiday season.
As a child, Tim Rios remembers going food shopping with his parents. He and his siblings weren't allowed to enter certain aisles in the supermarket because the adults didn't want their children to get tempted by unhealthy snacks and especially food the family couldn't afford. "My parents worried all the time about getting enough healthy food on the table," Rios, whose family came to the U.S. from Mexico in the early ‘80s, says. "When I got married, for the first year, I would ask my wife for her permission to open a bag of chips."