As COVID-19 continues to wreak havoc in the lives of children, seniors, veterans, and families in our area, Connecticut Food Bank remains committed to providing nutritious food to people in need.
Nutritious food is critical to maintaining good health; so, in many ways, it is more important now than ever before to reach our neighbors in need:
In ever increasing numbers, people are turning to Connecticut Food Bank and its network of 500 partners and programs across the six counties served.
And in challenging times like this, Connecticut Food Bank turns to the community for support to continue its critical work.
Friends, as we seek what brings us comfort during these trying times, PLEASE consider providing for those who are struggling to figure out how they will survive the COVID-19 devastation because of social isolation and distancing.
HungerMitao is a volunteer-driven grassroots movement dedicated to raising awareness about hunger in the USA, improving community engagement, as well as channeling resources and contributions of the Indian American community to fighting hunger through the Feeding America network of food banks. Over the two years since its launch, the movement has helped enable more than 15 million meals working with North Texas Food Bank, Houston Food Bank, Food Bank for New York City, Atlanta Community Food Bank, and Seattle Food Lifeline. HungerMitao @ Connecticut Food Bank will be launching soon. Learn more at www.hungermitao.org.