COVID-19: How You Can Help
What can you do to help our hungry neighbors?
In Need of Food Assistance?
The Greater Cleveland Food Bank is prepared to help those in need.
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During the COVID-19 pandemic, our community faces unprecedented challenges. At the Greater Cleveland Food Bank, we continue to be flexible, nimble, and proactive as our entire team copes with the unknown.
We understand that people need a helping hand during these uncertain times. The Greater Cleveland Food Bank is prepared to help those in need. Please call our Help Center, Monday – Friday from 7am – 6pm, at 216.738.2067 if you are in need of food assistance.
We are currently NOT accepting client walk-in visits outside of our on-site distribution days. If you have other needs, please contact our Help Center at 216.738.2067.
Thanks to the Ohio National Guard’s additional help at the Food Bank, we are limiting our volunteer hours, so please be sure to check our website for open volunteer shifts prior to arriving. If you wish to volunteer at the Food Bank, you must sign up in advance. Visit our website, www.GreaterClevelandFoodBank.org/Volunteer, daily to see available opportunities.
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For those helped by the Greater Cleveland Food Bank’s programs, your generosity makes all the difference between having nutritious meals and going hungry. Learn how your giving makes a difference.
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More than 60 food banks and anti-poverty organizations hail the Congresswoman’s leadership on public nutrition programs, support for farmworkers and the root causes of hunger