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The Greater Cleveland Food Bank relies on the generosity of its many supporters to help fight hunger in Northeast Ohio.
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Volunteers are crucial to all operations of the Food Bank. To learn more call 216-738-7240 or click here.
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There are many ways to support the Food Bank and no donation is too small to help.
Make a gift now to help. Many families rely on Food Banks for food to provide nutritious meals.
You can help feed your community by starting a virtual food drive.Learn More
Are you ready to take action and bring awareness to our mission? Join the YP Pantry!Learn More
Are you part of an organization that wants to donate food? We rely on our generous partners to help feed the community.Learn More
Personal Impact Stories
People in need face difficult decisions every day, and the Food Bank with its network of partner agencies, are here to help.Submit Your Story
To say that Anthony has faced a lot of health challenges is an understatement, but he keeps a positive outlook with the help of his dogs, his doctors, and the help he receives from the Food Bank. More...
Sandra has been coming to the Vineyard Community Church food distributions ever since going on disability in 2014. After working for 23 years at the Department of Defense in Cleveland, Sandra found...
Congratulations to Sherlene, the Greater Cleveland Food Bank’s 2020 Volunteer of the Year! Since the spring of 2019, Sherlene has been making an incredible difference with all the work she has d...
Glenn retired from his job as a painter to take care of his wife who has a kidney disease right before the pandemic hit. Taking care of his wife and making sure she gets the healthy food and medicine ...
Now 71 years young, Frances grew up in a large family with ten other siblings, and now has a large family of her own that includes ten grandchildren and fourteen great-grandchildren. She also helps ta...
Before COVID-19, Carol worked a full-time job in manufacturing. However, this global pandemic led Carol to an early retirement, resulting in a need for food assistance for the first time to help make ...