Hope for the Holidays
Nearly 100,000 individuals in Lake and Porter Counties are considered food insecure, meaning they lack regular access to the good nutritious food they need. During the holiday season that need is even more apparent. Hope for the Holidays is an annual effort to meet this need and provide even more meals to the hungry kids, adults, and seniors across the Region. Whether you’re in need of food assistance this holiday season, or you’re looking for an opportunity to share joy with your neighbors, there’s a place for you at the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana.
Stay tuned for more information on special holiday food assistance!
Give hope this holiday season.
When you give to the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana this holiday season, you’re giving help and hope to countless individuals and families struggling with hunger this holiday season and beyond. Here are just a few ways you can make an impact:
Make a one-time donation to fight hunger this holiday season. You can also donate in someone’s honor, providing a meaningful gift that truly gives back.
Join Three Square Society to fight hunger year-round.
Shop at Strack & Van Til’s and Round Up at the register
Volunteer for Good
As a volunteer for the Food Bank of Northwest Indiana, you can make a BIG difference in a little bit of time. Whether it’s sorting food in our facility, packing meals for kids and seniors, or distributing food assistance throughout the community, your kindness will impact thousands of neighbors this holiday season and beyond.
To learn more or sign up to start volunteering, contact Jaymie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 219.980.1777 ext. 316 today.
Collect Food Donations
Host a food or fund drive to raise awareness of hunger in our community, while collecting nutritious nonperishable food for others in need.
Thank you to our donors, friends, and community partners that helped provide hope and help during the 2018 holiday season. Together, we provided thousands of holiday meals to individuals and families facing hunger in Northwest Indiana.