• Nov 16 2016

    Your click can help the Food Bank get more food to people in our community

    You can make a difference in reaching Pennsylvania’s goal to end hunger. The Food Bank, our member agencies and the people we serve benefit from two nutrition assistance programs funded by state government: the State Food Purchase Program and Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System (PASS). Please join your fellow Pennsylvanians in sending a letter to Governor Wolf asking him...Read More

  • May 26 2016

    Support PA’s Anti-hunger Programs

    Help get more nutritious food to people in our community Join us in urging your State Senator and State Representative to invest in the State Food Purchase Program (SFPP) and the Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System (PASS). SFPP enables Pennsylvania’s charitable food providers to provide nutritious food to low-income families, children, seniors, and others threatened by...Read More

  • Jan 19 2016

    Ask Governor Wolf to invest in anti-hunger programs

    We need your help. Please join Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank in sending a message to Governor Wolf asking for his support of anti-hunger programs in his next budget proposal. It’s easy! All you need to do is read the letter to the Governor below and if you agree with it, follow the instructions provided....Read More

  • Dec 30 2015

    A year of challenges and successes

    2015 had its fair share of challenges, but anti-hunger advocates ended the year with several exciting successes – thanks to the efforts of people like you who spoke out against hunger throughout the year. Here’s what we accomplished in 2015: A $1 million increase for the State Food Purchase Program / Pennsylvania Agricultural Surplus System (PASS)...Read More

  • May 04 2015

    You Can Deliver a “One-Two” Punch

    Help us send an important message to our State Senators and Representatives. The Food Bank is working with our colleagues across Pennsylvania to encourage our State Senators and Representatives to support a funding level of $21 million for the State Food Purchase Program and a first time ever appropriation of $3 million for the Pennsylvania...Read More