• Sep 02 2015

    Food Bank Friend Jeremy Suschak Chats Charity Golf Outing

    “I hope everyone walks away with a better understanding of just how important the Food Bank is to our community and realizes just how far their support goes.” We recently asked a great friend of the Food Bank, D.B. Root & Company’s Jeremy Suschak, to answer some questions about the upcoming Golf Outing on September...Read More

  • Aug 28 2015

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

    FOCUS ON: September is Hunger Action Month Hunger Action Month is a nationwide campaign, organized by Feeding America, to mobilize the public to take action on the issue of hunger.Join your community all Spoontember™ long for #HungerAction with our daily calendar. Take Action!   Food Bank Friend Jeremy Suschak Chats Charity Golf We recently asked a great friend of the Food...Read More

  • Sep 30 2014

    Sign Up for our eNewsletter

    Do you want to be in the know and find out about all the great things that are happening in support of our mission each month? Its as easy as 1,2, 3…wait it’s as easy as 1. Just enter your email below where it says ‘Join our Newsletter’.

  • 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 27 2014

    Organize a Virtual Food Drive

    We just launched a new Virtual Food Drive Campaign! Be one of the first to start a team and raise money for the Food Bank. Visit the page to and start a team, the process is simple. Why a Virtual Food Drive instead of a traditional food drive? The Food Bank has a wholesale buying power and we can...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 25 2014

    Speak Out: Join the Paper Plate Campaign

    1 out of 5 children in southwest PA is at risk of hunger. YOU CAN HELP. Each September, for Hunger Action Month, we ask individuals to write a message about hunger on an empty paper plate. This year we are asking you to write a message about child hunger. Why? Every five years Congress reauthorizes programs...Read More

  • Sep 24 2014

    Tour the Food Bank

    Tour the first ‘green’ building in Greater Pittsburgh – the Food Bank! Find out about all that we do through talking a walk through where it all starts. You will find out about storage, packing, sustainability efforts and more.

  • Sep 23 2014

    Donate Extra Garden Produce

    Do you have a super green thumb?  Do you have a surplus of garden produce that you just don’t know what to do with? You can donate the produce at your local food pantry through our Community Harvest Program. Donations are accepted at the following drop-off locations on Saturdays, July  12 – October  11, 2014...Read More

  • Sep 21 2014

    Make Birthday Party Bags

    Many of us celebrate our birthdays and various holidays throughout the year with parties. For many in our region this is not an option because everyday food takes priority. Make someone feel special by donating some birthday bags that include all the ‘fixins.’ Fill bags with supplies to help a family create a simple yet special...Read More

  • 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.