What is a Food Bank?

A Food Bank is a not for profit clearing house that collects, stores and distributes useable foods. Foods are distributed through a network of pantires, soup kitchen, shelters and feeding programs. With the donations received from community food drives, retail partnerships and the Feeding America network, we work to target hunger through programs such as The Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), the Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP), Ohio Food Program (OFP), and Agricultural Clearance Program (ACP).


Each month we provide a 40 lb box of nutritious food to over 1300 seniors throughout Clark, Champaign and Logan Counties.

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Mobile Pantry

A program designed to deliver quantities of food to designated distribution sites in rural or outlying areas.

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Nutritious government foods to supplement pantry selections.

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