Annual Report 2016

2016 Annual Report

Setting a Course to End Hunger

cover-annualreport2016-300pixAt the Food Bank, the number of clients we serve remains high at 59,000 per month, many of them among the most vulnerable members of our society: families with children and senior adults.

We continue to perform as the state’s center for food acquisition and distribution, last year delivering 9.2 million pounds of food to people in need through our network of member agencies.

Take a look at some of our accomplishments over the past year as well as stories about the people we’ve helped and those who have helped us.

Inside the Report…

View the entire Annual Report as a PDF or click on a section below. Previous Annual Reports are available on our Publications page.

Year in Review
Check out some of the events and activities held throughout the year.

Our Clients and Friends

heather-st-edwardsWithout the Food Bank, Where Would We Be?
Read the story of Heather, a client at St. Edward Food and Wellness Center.

One Acre of Land has a Tremendous Impact
McCoy Community Farm delivers fresh produce to neighbors in need.

Becoming Who He Was Always Meant to Be
Chef Nick graduates from Community Kitchen to teach others the trade.

Getting Others Involved
Deb Mitchell challenges others to become involved in the work of the Food Bank.

Giving Now and Into the Future
The Goodwins know that their impact will continue on.

Food Bank Operations

Our Donors

senior-nutritonVolunteers & Food Donors

Facts & Figures

Financial Statements

Board of Directors

Member Agencies