• Jun 29 2015

    F.R.E.S.H. Bites From the Food Bank

    Words From Lisa “For the past 20 years, the annual Pittsburgh Blues Festival has supported our mission by inviting the community to a fun and entertaining event that also is our biggest single fundraiser.”    “It’s three days of great music that also serves to call attention to the many friends and neighbors in our...Read More

  • Jun 01 2015

    Fighting Hunger with the One-Two Punch

    Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather may not have delivered as many punches as audiences had hoped for, but this year the General Assembly at least can deliver a huge “one-two punch” in the fight against hunger. First, hit ‘em with the jab — a $21 million appropriation for the State Food Purchase Program (SFPP). Over...Read More

  • Apr 16 2015

    Making Sense of ‘Map the Meal Gap’ 2015

    Tackling the issue of hunger is both challenging and inspiring — it’s why we work tirelessly at Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to feed people in need and mobilize our community to eliminate hunger. The release of this year’s Map the Meal Gap data is a stark reminder of our challenge and the need for...Read More

  • Mar 30 2015

    Greg Phillips: I am a volunteer.

    My name is Greg Phillips and I’m a volunteer. I was born and raised in the Pittsburgh area. My passions include the outdoors, music, reading, my friends and family, and it turns out volunteer work. In the past, I think I probably viewed volunteer work as something I did; now, however, I view it as...Read More

  • Sep 28 2014

    Watch the Documentary ‘A Place at the Table’

    Watch the film that is intended to open up your eyes to the reality of Hunger in America, ‘A Place at the Table.’ Fifty million people in the U.S.—one in four children—don’t know where their next meal is coming from. Directors Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush examine the issue of hunger in America through the...Read More

  • Sep 26 2014

    September 2014 eNewsletter

    Every month the Food Bank sends a newsletter right to your inbox jam packed with a letter from Lisa, articles about what we do, event updates and more! Read the most recent newsletter headlines below: Letter From Lisa Allow me to introduce Brian White, Ed.D., Chartiers Valley School District superintendent and a good friend of the...Read More

  • Sep 26 2014

    Support Feeding a Strong Future

    Feeding America is making it very easy to get involved during Hunger Action Month. Speak out directly through your Facebook account and pledge to Feed a Strong Future.

  • Sep 20 2014

    Set an Empty Plate at Dinner

    1 in 7 of the population in our region is food insecure. Set an empty plate tonight at your dinner table to remember that we have struggling neighbors in need.

  • Sep 19 2014

    “Like” Us on Facebook

    This is a Hunger Action Month initiative, but hunger is an issue each month of the year. It is important that we share our mission each and every day. Expand our network by “liking” us on Facebook. You could even share our next Facebook post.  

  • Sep 17 2014

    Follow Us on Twitter

    Stay up to date on all things Food Bank through your Twitter feed. Go even further and Tweet to speak out today!

  • Sep 11 2014

    Donate During Hunger Action Month

    Through the generosity of donors like yourself, during Hunger Action Month we have a donation match.  This is a dollar for dollar match, so your $1 is actually $2. Then you factor in the wholesale buying power of the Food Bank and multiply by 5 and you have donated $10! This match will continue until...Read More

  • Sep 10 2014

    What Does Hunger Look Like?

    Map the Meal Gap Are you curious how many people we serve, what are the statistics for our region, state and beyond? Click the map below to check out Map the Meal Gap interactive tool and educate yourself in honor of Hunger Action Month!  A bit of background – Feeding America first published the Map the Meal...Read More