Feeding South Florida
Feeding South Florida’s mission is to end hunger here by providing immediate access to nutritious food, leading poverty advocacy efforts, and transforming lives through programming and education. Its fifth annual march against hunger is next Saturday– an opportunity for all of us to help make a difference in the lives of those who are struggling to put food on the table. And you might be surprised how many South Floridians are going hungry.
This holiday season, nearly one million South Floridians are going to bed hungry. And most of these men, women and children are our neighbors and friends who live right in our own communities. Feeding South Florida’s mission is to end hunger, but the food bank needs the public to help fill its bare shelves. We focus on why is the need so great, and how your support can make a difference.
The Miami Dolphins will be taking a break from preparing for their Monday Night Football game against the New York Jets to distribute Thanksgiving meals at the team’s practice facility in Davie.
National Hunger Action Day is sweeping the nation, and South Florida has taken notice.
Hundreds of thousands of South Floridians don’t know where they will receive their next meal, according to a new study.
A staggering nearly one million people in South Florida struggle to put food on the table. Feeding South Florida is the largest hunger-relief organization in the state, but recent cutbacks on Capitol Hill are going to make it harder for the nonprofit to achieve its mission. We focus on the impact of that on South Florida, as well as possible solutions.
Nearly one million people from Palm Beach County down to the Florida Keys could lose their food supply if the federal shutdown continues into November.
Congresswomen Debbie Wasserman-Shultz is feeding South Florida Tuesday in support of Hunger Action Month which lasts all through September.
Continuing a longstanding tradition, the Miami Dolphins organization donated hundreds of Thanksgiving meals to South Florida families in need Wednesday afternoon.
Carnival Cruise Lines largest ship ever homeported in South Florida arrived at Port Miami Wednesday with an extra large guest on board.