After a lifetime of hard work, many seniors find themselves struggling with multiple health issues and relying on a fixed income. Seniors facing hunger are 53% more likely  to suffer a heart attack and 60% more likely to experience depression than  food-secure seniors. Proper nutrition and consistent access to nutritious meals is critical to ensuring aging adults stay strong and healthy in their golden years.

The Food Bank’s USDA-funded Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) works to improve the health of low-income older adults at least 60 years of age by providing them with supplemental nutrition assistance every month.

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The following percentages and dollar amounts of the total costs which will be financed with federal money: TEFAP (30%, $3,160,483), CSFP (1%, $46,486), and SFSP/TANF (1%, $102,941). The percentage and dollar amount of the total costs of the project or program that will be financed by nongovernmental sources is 68%, $7,229,811. Food Bank of Northwest Indiana is an equal opportunity provider.