How Food Gets to our Hungry Neighbors

March 7, 2014 By: Sara Blair Category: WordPress Import

Our agency partners (food shelves, soup kitchens, shelters and other programs) continue to experience high need for food and, while we are distributing twice the amount of food that we did five years ago, the demand continues to rise. Second Harvest Heartland has responded by tapping a vast network of resources to find new sources for food donations and by achieving economies of scale when food is purchased. By carefully stewarding food, volunteer time and donations through ever-more efficient operations, we turn every dollar donated into $8 worth of food and grocery products, and 96% of donations go directly to our programs.

Here is how food gets to our hungry neighbors:


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