We exist simply because people in our community struggle with meeting a basic human need—having enough to eat.
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The mission of Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank is to feed people in need and mobilize our community to eliminate hunger. But we can’t do it alone.
We work toward our mission daily, guided by commitments to nutrition, sustainability, inclusion and more.
We opened our doors in Pittsburgh’s Hill District in 1980—a time of great change in southwestern Pennsylvania.
We operate from our award-winning, LEED-certified headquarters in Duquesne, where we receive, store and distribute food.
Today, our network includes more than 400 partner agencies, including food pantries, soup kitchens, senior centers and more.
Meet the people dedicated to helping our neighbors overcome food insecurity.
We are here for anyone in need. Reach out to get help, learn more or lend a hand to help neighbors who struggle with food insecurity.
Read our latest blog posts on hunger issues in southwestern Pennsylvania and the hope you help create.