September is Hunger Action Month, a national initiative coordinated by Feeding America, America’s largest network of hunger relief organizations. Second Harvest is a member of Feeding America along with over 200 regional food banks across the nation.
Want to get involved and become a hunger advocate?
Take action by taking an Empty Plate Selfie – find a paper plate, scribble what you couldn’t do on an empty stomach and post a photo to social media with #HungerActionMonth. Tag @shfblv to join the conversation. Post by post, our community will become more aware of the hunger in our backyard.
Iron Pigs mascots, FeFe and Ferrous, can’t OINK when their plate is empty! Special thanks to our partner, Iron Pigs Charities, for partnering with us for Hunger Action Month.
We had a chance to catch up with WFMZ News Team’s Jaciel Cordoba and Eve Russo. We thank WFMZ for being such an amazing partner, year-round!
Second Harvest Advisory Board Member, Maureen Topper, has trouble feeling happy when she’s hungry, and she can donate to help end hunger.
Second Harvest provides food to more than 200 member agencies, most of which are run primarily by very dedicated volunteers. Here, volunteer Food Pantry Coordinators, Hal and Joyce Mante, pledge to donate their green thumb expertise to help end hunger!
The food pantry team at Central Elementary School sees firsthand how hunger impacts a student’s ability to learn and be productive.
On an empty stomach, it’s hard to learn.
Paskiet Martial Arts Academy student and teacher, Jack and Dave, take a break from their lesson to show us their empty plates.