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Montgomery Area Food Bank

"Feeding Hope Across Alabama"
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As a non-profit, Montgomery Area Food Bank receives support from a strong mix of community-minded, empathetic and philanthropic foundations, businesses, community groups and of course, individuals. Without your support, we could not possibly achieve our mission. We continually try our best to express our appreciation for your generosity and support of our mission to "Feed Hope Across Alabama". 

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Our Mission
“The mission of the Montgomery Area Food Bank is to nourish the hungry by educating and mobilizing the community, engaging in partnerships that advance self-sufficiency, and gathering then distributing food and other necessities across 35 Alabama counties.”

It takes the generosity and support of individuals like you, local businesses and so many more to feed the hungry in our state.

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Does your garden grow to 'Feed Hope'? We encourage you to donate a portion of your fresh fruits and vegetables to the Food Bank to help us provide fresh, healthy produce to families in need. Consider donating some of your harvest this year! It will make a tremendous impact on the long-term nutritional well-being of those we serve across 35 counties in Alabama.
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Map the Meal Gap
Every year, Feeding America provides data on food insecurity down to the county level to show how hunger is a growing problem throughout our country. The South in particular contains over 90% of the highest food insecure counties (as high as 31%). And in Montgomery county alone ,there are over 47,000 food insecure people that need our help. 

Read the executive summary here to find out more about food insecurity in our state and across America. 

Learn more about food insecurity in your county by visiting the interactive map.