Published: February 27th 2018 @ 8:30 AM by Phil Hodel
Beginning Saturday, March 3, MFB Arizona agencies have another option for distribution: Tucson. Already 18 agencies are taking advantage of this alternate pick-up location.
Like our regular distribution, agencies will place their order using the online menu system. Order will be packaged at our Gilbert location and sent to Tucson ready for pick up. Distributions will be the first and third Saturday of each month.
MFB Arizona is …
Published: February 2nd 2018 @ 9:55 AM by Phil Hodel
Midwest Food Bank held it's first "Sharing the Blessings Breakfast" on Wednesday, January 31. It was an opportunity for the non-profit agencies we serve to get to know each other, fellowship and encourage one another.
85 guests enjoyed a breakfast of eggs, fruit, muffins, coffee and juice, while visiting. The Town of Gilbert presented information on emergency assistance for low income residents.
"People wo are on the front …
Published: September 27th 2017 @ 10:55 AM by Lauren Leverette
“Look for the helpers,” Fred Rogers’ mother once stated after hearing some devastating news. You will lose hope if you look at the problem, but if you keep an eye out for those in taking a stand, you will have hope. This was taken to heart by these six senior volunteers, all donating multiple hours throughout the week to help Midwest Food Bank run smoothly. “That’s us! We’re second-in-line …
Published: September 27th 2017 @ 8:55 AM by Peter Goddard
Feature Agency: Wings of Faith
“Real people meeting real needs,”
Wings of Faith, one of Midwest Food Bank’s first agencies, is made up of volunteer missionary pilots ‘bringing the message of love and salvation to hurting people on Reservations in America's Southwest region.’ Avoiding the difficult dirt roads, W.O.F. serves the Native American population by flying donations showing …
Published: August 28th 2017 @ 2:25 PM by Phil Hodel
As a Salvation Army first responder, Midwest Food Bank is answering the call to send disaster relief food boxes to Texas. By the end of Hurricane Harvey, up to 100 inches of rain is possible. Already over 30,000 people are seeking temporary shelter.
The extreme and widespread damage calls for long term relief efforts.
Two semi loads of Family Food Boxes have been sent to …