Second Harvest Food Bank of ECI, the region’s largest hunger-relief organization with a network of 96 agency partners and 35 schools in Blackford, Delaware, Grant, Henry, Jay, Madison, Randolph and Wabash counties, is carefully monitoring developments regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus).
Our goal, at this time, is to increase food availability to our communities in phases. As quickly as we coordinate new efforts, we will implement new procedures to get the food out. Please watch this space for continuing and up-to-date information.
At Second Harvest, we help feed hundreds of children, families and seniors every week. In order to do so, we rely on the generous support of individuals, corporations, and community partners.
|Grant||12-May||Tuesday||10am – 12n||Five Points Mall – 1129 N. Baldwin Ave, Marion|
|Madison||13-May||Tuesday||10am – 12pm||Callaway Park – 902 Callaway Park Dr, Elwood|
|Delaware||14-May||Thursday||10am – 12am||Muncie Mall – 3501 N Granville Ave, Muncie, IN 47303|
|Henry||15-May||Friday||9am-11am||First Baptist Church – 709 S. Memorial Dr., New Castle|
|Randolph||15-May||Friday||1pm – 3pm||Goodrich Park – 701 N. Union St., Winchester|
Coming up Next Week:
|Grant||19-May||Tuesday||10am – 12pm||Five Points Mall – 1129 N. Baldwin Ave, Marion|
|Wabash||19-May||Tuesday||10am – 12pm||North Manchester High School – 1 Squire Drive, Manchester, IN|
|Jay||20-May||Wednesday||10am – 12pm||Jay County Fairgrounds – 806 E. Votaw St., Portland|
|Blackford – Hartford City||21-May||Thursday||10am – 12pm||Blackford County Fairgrounds – 409 E. Park Ave., Hartford City|
|Madison||22-May||Friday||12pm – 2pm||Old Kmart Parking Lot – 2811 E. Nichol Ave, Anderson|
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“We’ve had more school staff say they feel grateful to be helping with this program and look forward to each month to connect with our school families.”
Erica Robinson MoodyI honestly couldn't have done it without the support of the Forward Steps team & families. You all have literally helped change my life. From the bottom of my ❤ thank you, thank you, thank you.
a Woman who Braved the WinterIt was great passing out the food to everyone. It felt as though I was giving back to the community and it was an amazing feeling. It sure was cold out! But I was prepared.
a Lambda Chi Alpha BrotherMy brothers and I sorted potatoes for the food bank. The 4 of us really found our rhythm and used our teamwork to sort through over 3,000 pounds of potatoes!
James SpauldingThey are so kind and friendly and help so much to alleviate our hunger. I like also the way they don't waste food.
One in seven Americans is struggling with hunger, and we need your help to give them the fuel they need to survive and even thrive.
Whether you are an individual who wants to help, or a company looking for a charitable partnership, you can be sure your donations are always utilized efficiently, safely and effectively to help stop hunger.