There are numerous, creative and easy ways to join us in the fight against
hunger! Listed below are some fun alternative ways to get involved.
Designate Mid-South Food Bank as your nonprofit of choice with Kroger and every time you shop for groceries and use your Rewards Card, the Food Bank automatically earns a rebate based on the amount you spent. Sign up at any store on online here: http://www.kroger.com/community
Hold a food & funds drive! Info here or contact David Stephens, 901-497-1153 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the Take
Action bar at the top of our website and choose Find Assistance. By entering your Zip code, you can find
the agencies we work with in your area and contact them directly to find out
what they need help with and how you can get involved. This is a great way to
volunteer in your immediate community.
Hand the checker a $1, $2 or $5 Feed the Need scan card when you check out at the grocery store.
Write letters to your elected officials about the importance of
fighting hunger and SNAP (food stamps) benefits. https://secure.feedingamerica.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=105
Take the SNAP Challenge and blog about your experience. Ask your
friends to take it with you and compare experiences. We’d love to post your
experience on our social media sites in order to help others better understand
the challenges associated with hunger. Information available upon
Design a mural project for our partner agencies and paint it at
their pantry. It’s amazing how revitalizing art can
Raise your personal awareness about food insecurity by watching
Feeding America’s Real Story videos.
Like us on Facebook! It’s a simple way to stay informed and spread the word.
If you are a college student who purchases food credit at the start
of the semester, use any leftover credit to buy non-perishable items and donate
Research any topics related to hunger and give a presentation at
your school, faith organization, job or clubs you
belong. We can help you get started.