Our communities and your Second Harvest Food Bank are all too familiar with responding to natural disasters – from Hurricane Michael and flooding in Steinhatchee to the Eastpoint Fire. The citizens of Big Bend have stepped up time and time again to help their neighbors in need after these disasters.
The Coronavirus poses an even greater threat to food insecure populations. You can help ensure our neighbors in need can make it through these challenging times.
Many seniors in the Big Bend region may need additional food and supplies. At-risk children may need nutritious meals if schools close. In preparation for the impacts of Coronavirus, we plan to increase our food distribution to individuals and families in need.