All area Kroger and Albertson stores are taking part in the annual nationwide food drive leading up to Super Bowl Sunday. It’s called the “Souper-Bowl of Caring” food drive. These stores have pre-packaged an assortment of canned and dry goods for customers to purchase and donate to the Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana.
For every $1 you donate, Bank of America will give $2 more to fight hunger.
Between September 26, 2016 - December 31, 2016
The purpose of Bank of America’s Give A Meal campaign is to raise awareness of the issue and help fight hunger. Between September 26, 2016 and December 31, 2016 for every dollar you donate to our Food Bank, Bank of America will match 2:1.
During the Give A Meal campaign, exclusively sponsored by Bank of America, for every $1 a person donates online at www.bankofamerica.com/give, the Bank of America Charitable Foundation will make a $2 match.
1. Go to www.bankofamerica.com/give
2. Click the “DONATE” button on the web site.
3. A pop box will appear asking for local your zip code.
4. You will then see the donation form. Click the “Your Local Food Bank” button.
Please select the local Food Bank option for the donation to be received locally. To make an even bigger difference, spread the word on Facebook and Twitter, and encourage your family and friends to give a meal.
Once again, thank you for your support.
+$20 Match by Bank of America
= $30 Total Donation
Winners will be based on weight of food per student enrollment. All Schools must arrange self-delivery of your food items to the Food Bank, 2307 Texas Avenue, Shreveport, LA 71103 on Wednesday, November 16th no later than 3:00pm. Winners will be announced on Friday, November 18th at the Food Bank. For more information and to register your school, contact: Gene Haynes at email@example.com or 318-675-2400 ext. 115
Pack the Pantry School Registration Form. Download Here: 2016 Registration Form
Email registration form to: firstname.lastname@example.org or fax to 318-675-2440
Summer Feeding for Children in 2016
1 in 5 children in Northwest Louisiana are food insecure. Most of these children rely on the breakfast and lunch served each day at their school. How are they going to eat this summer? Hunger never takes a vacation! The Food Bank of Northwest Louisiana is preparing for the summer now.
Does your non-profit organization offer an established summer program for children?
If your organization doesn’t have the capacity to cook meals, and you are willing to undergo training and maintain records for the Summer Food Service Program, you may be eligible to receive free meals for your existing children’s summer program.
For more information and an application please contact:
Marleah Walker, Agency Relations Director
By Phone: 318-675-2400 ext. 108
By Email: email@example.com