Cuts would hurt hungry Ohio kids

As Mid-Ohio Foodbank responds to the needs of our community’s hungry neighbors, it is alarming to see a presidential budget proposal punitive in both funding and policy. The president’s budget blueprint would cut the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program’s (SNAP, the former food-stamp program) funding by $213 billion in the next 10 years, roughly 30 percent, leaving vulnerable Ohioans, including 1 in 4 children, to figure out where their next meal is coming from. More…

Host a Representative from Mid-Ohio Foodbank’s Neighbor to Neighbor Network

Our staff and volunteers are available to attend and/or present at your health fair, meeting, school function or event to speak about the work of Mid-Ohio Foodbank and what we are doing to ensure no one goes hungry.

To arrange for a speaker or learn more about incorporating Mid-Ohio Foodbank into your event, please email Malik Perkins, Public Relations Manager.

 

 

COUNTIES WE SERVE

The connections we have with more than 654 partner agencies across our 20-county service area are crucial to our mission. These food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, after-school programs, and senior housing sites ensure that the food we deliver gets to the people who need it most. The impact is incredible—these agencies provide more than 155,00 meals each day.

 

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Click on a county to review a report detailing how residents in that area are served.

 

BELMONT

COSHOCTON

DELAWARE

FAIRFIELD

FAYETTE

FRANKLIN

GUERNSEY

HARRISON

JEFFERSON

KNOX

LICKING

MADISON

MARION

MONROE

MORROW

MUSKINGUM

NOBLE

PICKAWAY

ROSS

UNION