Angela Nelson When you’re donating to a food bank, you want your contribution to truly help someone in need. Make your donation go the extra mile by considering these items food banks really want, as suggested by Feeding America®. 1. Nutritious staples Foods such as canned goods, rice, pasta, and beans are always in need....
Help Feeding South Florida change lives one meal at a time - volunteer!
Feeding South Florida rescues 46 million pounds of food per year to help serve the 710,370 individuals in South Florida struggling to put food on the table. We work with a network of 400 nonprofit partner agencies, such as soup kitchens and food pantries, in order to ensure that food assistance is provided to throughout our quad-county service area.
In order for us to ensure a constant and consistent flow of food for our neighbors in need of food assistance, we rely on the support of thousands of volunteers every year to inspect and sort donated food to ensure it's safe for distribution.
We have 10 recurring volunteer shifts every Tuesday - Saturday, where volunteers help inspect, sort, build, and repack food, so that it is ready for distribution through our direct service programs and partner agencies.
Whether you’re an individual, small group, or large company, there are opportunities for everyone to lend a hand. We can accommodate large groups and specialize in team-building and special event sort days!
Tuesday through Saturday
8:30am to 11:30am & 1:30pm to 4:30pm
Pembroke Park - Main Warehouse
2501 SW 32 Terrace, Pembroke Park, FL 33023
Boynton Beach - Feeding Palm Beach County
4925 Park Ridge Blvd
Boynton Beach, FL 33426
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By Kathleen Thieme For most students, the start of summer means freedom from classes, homework and responsibilities, but for others, summer vacation can mean more than just the end of the school year—it means the end of access to free or reduced-price meals. In South Florida alone, summer hunger affects 555,302 children. Inspired by the annual Congressional...
By William Kelly – Daily News Staff Writer The need is always there, but so are people who care. During April, Palm Beach residents gave more than a ton of non-perishable food – 2,215 pounds, to be exact – and $1,500 to help feed families struggling to get by. The sixth annual Empty Your Pantry...