Each month, we ask our partner agencies to share news from their organizations and the people they serve.
Heather Geick from The Healing House in Cole County writes:
The food that The Food Bank supplies helps men and women coming out of prison to get a good start, alleviates the burden of immediate need and brings smiles to the hearts of many.
Kim Drummond from Tipton & California Nutrition Centers in Moniteau County says:
A small center like ours benefits tremendously from The Food Bank items. The Food Bank continues to provide excellent food items to supplement our nutrition program for seniors. Thank you!
Marilyn Duckworth from Visions Unlimited in Miller County tells us:
There are members of families who come through each month at distribution who mention they would not be able to make it through the month if it were not for the pantry helping with food for their home.
Shelley Stratman from Rolla Nutrition Site in Phelps County says:
We greatly appreciate the items we receive from The Food Bank. This helps us lower our food cost. And we have received some very useful items.