Connecticut Food Bank is the largest centralized source of emergency food in Connecticut. We distribute more than 36 tons of food every business day through three warehouses in East Haven, Fairfield and Waterbury, and affiliated distribution centers in New London and Stamford. Connecticut Food Bank distributes food and other resources to more than 650 member programs such as soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters and low-income adult and child day programs in six of the state’s eight counties: Fairfield, Litchfield, Middlesex, New Haven, New London and Windham. Connecticut Food Bank was established in 1982 and belongs to a network of more than 200 food banks nationwide as a member of Feeding America.
For media inquiries contact:
Mary B. Ingarra, APR
203-469-5000, ext. 309
Connecticut Food Bank is featured in WTNH’s promo that shows Connecticut Workers doing their jobs - http://youtu.be/0ZomNckDTeU
Comcast Newsmakers – November 2012. Click here to watch our President & CEO Nancy L. Carrington discuss Hunger in Connecticut on Comcast Newsmakers.
2013 News Releases
BJ’s Chartitable Foundation Grants $15,000 to Connecticut Food Bank – November 15, 2013
Connecticut Food Bank’s Thanksgiving for All Campaign Under Way - November 12, 2013
Wear Orange September 5 for Hunger Awareness - August 26, 2013
Study Shows Food Insecurity Rate on Rise in Connecticut – June 7, 2013
Registration Under Way for Connecticut Food Bank’s 2013 Walk Against Hunger - February 27. 2013