About Second Harvest of the Big Bend
Founded in 1985, Second Harvest of the Big Bend food bank is a nonprofit charity formed to address the urgent problem of hunger in the community. Our mission is to advance change by feeding the hungry and educating and engaging the community in the fight to end hunger. Last year, Second Harvest food bank distributed an all-time record 15.3 million pounds of food to help the estimated 150,000 hungry people, including 31,000 children, in our service area. We will continue to lead the fight against hunger in the Big Bend to relieve situations of emergency and distress until the need no longer exists.
For more information, please visit www.FightingHunger.org or call 850-562-3033.
September 7, 2021 Second Harvest Announces Re-opening of Lott’s Community Garden
September 1, 2021 December 12, 2019 Bank of America Names Second Harvest of the Big Bend As Its Inaugural Neighborhood Champion in Tallahassee
August 31, 2021 Morgan Stanley Donates $33,684 for Hunger Relief
April 16, 2019 Second Harvest Food Bank Announces Volunteers of the Year
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