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It takes a great deal more than cutting a ceremonial ribbon to open a new 23,600 sq. ft. building, but that’s exactly what happened yesterday morning when The Honorable Robert J. Bentley, Governor of the State of Alabama, and The Honorable Todd Strange, Mayor of the City of Montgomery, joined members of the Montgomery Area Food Bank’s (MAFB) Board of Directors, staff and supporters during a brief ceremony commemorating the official opening of the new Hugh K. Rule, Jr. Building.
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.
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".
Earth Fare has launched a new donation program for the holiday season called “Give Back” that benefits families in need through MAFB. Earth Fare is donating $500.00 and encouraging their customers to donate $1, $5, $10, $25, or more when they check out at our registers from 11/12 – 12/31.