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Category Archives: Featured

Hunger Doesn’t Take a Summer Vacation

Contrary to what many believe, summer is the most difficult time of year for low-income families. Learn more

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Senior Feeding Program Underway

Connecticut Food Bank is now distributing food through the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP), a federal initiative created to distribute healthy food among low-income senior citizens. Learn more        

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Support Our Summer Virtual Food Drive!

Can’t make it to one of our food drives this summer? No problem! The Connecticut Food Bank virtual food drive is a great way to help families in need. Learn more

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Child Hunger in Connecticut: Meet Kate

Kate is one of  more than 150,000 children in Connecticut who struggle with hunger. Watch the video of her story and find out how you can help. Learn more

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2013-2014 Annual Report

The Connecticut Food Bank 2013-2014 Annual Report is available online. Learn more

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2015 Map the Meal Gap Study

Connecticut Food Bank and Feeding America released the 2015 “Map the Meal Gap” Study, which offers a detailed look at the food budget required to meet the needs of families struggling with hunger here in Connecticut. Learn more

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Plant a Row for the Hungry

Consider joining our Plant a Row for the Hungry campaign and plant an extra row of produce to donate to local hunger-relief efforts. Learn more

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Kids’ BackPack Program

The Kids’ BackPack Program provides children at risk of hunger with weekend access to healthy food that helps them learn and grow. Learn more

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Mobile Pantry

The Connecticut Food Bank Mobile Pantry brings food directly to neighborhoods where low-income people lack access to food-assistance programs or helps supplement the efforts of existing food-assistance programs that cannot provide enough food to meet the growing need. Learn more

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