JOIN OPERATION FEED TODAY!

Operation Feed is a campaign YOU can do at your workplace, school, civic group, or as an individual to feed your hungry neighbors. The goal is simple: raising funds so that everyone in our community has access to healthy, nutritious foods.

 

This year we are asking all our participants to take the Network Challenge. Fighting hunger is important to you and your organization; shouldn’t it also be important to those with whom you do business? Challenge a vendor, partner or organization whose work touches yours to start a campaign of their own! #OPFEED

 

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Make your food stamps/SNAP/EBT card go further!

If you are a SNAP benefit holder, you can spend $5 from your SNAP EBT card on eligible fruits and vegetables* and receive a $10 Reward Card. You can then use this Reward Card to purchase even more eligible items*

Marathoning for Meals

Join the team and every mile of training, will be more meaningful, and on race day, you’ll have the motivation knowing you are going the extra mile to fight hunger in central and eastern Ohio.

HUNGRY

1 in 6 Ohioans are hungry. You may be eligible for food assistance.

MOF In The News

Urban Farms of Central Ohio is excited to share about the launch of our Veggie Box program!   The Veggie Box is your convenient way to receive delicious seasonal produce, while supporting our hungry neighbors! Our veggies go directly from the ground to you. By signing up for a BIG BOX or LITTLE BOX and PICKING ...

Mid-Ohio Foodbank is pleased to announce the availability of grant funds for urban agriculture projects that will help build sustainable community gardens, urban farms, and small scale agriculture projects within the City of Columbus, Ohio. View the press release. This includes projects involving the use of high-tunnels, that will provide residents in low-income neighborhoods with ...

During the month of April, McDonald’s of Central Ohio will donate a portion of sales from every Happy Meal to Mid-Ohio Foodbank and the Ohio Association of Foodbanks.

Click here to find a McDonald's close to you.

Helen was a single mom with a job she loved.  Then she met Tom, and her great life became even better.  They married and added two more kids to their family.  With two good incomes, everything should have been great, but the youngest baby was born with special needs.  Now they struggle to put food ...