With an influx of older adults in need of critical food resources, the Greater Cleveland Food Bank is committed to improving access to nutritious food and healthy perishable product.
According to the Ohio Department of Aging’s Proponent Testimony, in Ohio, there are currently 2,814,200 adults older than age 60, making up 24.3 percent of the population. Because of the multiple factors increasing food insecurity among seniors, we are committed to safely and efficiently getting more nutritious food into the hands of seniors that need it the most.
The Food Bank partners with senior-specific locations to provide delivery of fresh, nutritious produce and perishable product. Learn more about the Food Bank's senior markets.
CSFP is a USDA nutrition program that provides monthly food assistance for low-income seniors. Learn more about our senior food box program.
The Food Bank partners with food pantries to facilitate a monthly delivery of groceries to seniors in need. Learn more about the Food Bank's delivery program.
The Food Bank provides homemade nutritious meals to seniors in our community.
The Food Bank works tirelessly to combat senior hunger in a number of creative ways. Learn how we are providing nutritious options to seniors in need.