Jacksonville, FL – A mobile food pantry will take place Tuesday at KIPP Jacksonville Schools. Frank Castillo, President and CEO of Feeding Northeast Florida, says that area in the 32254 zip code is in significant need of grocery options, following the recent closure of a staple grocery store in the area. “We have about 13,000 people…Details
The hunger relief non-profit Feeding Northeast Florida is partnering with the KIPP charter schools in Jacksonville to set up a permanent food pantry on its campus.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Tuesday city leaders and Feeding Northeast Florida fought back against hunger in Jacksonville.
Frank Castillo Feeding Northeast Florida CEO explained 178,000 people in Jacksonville struggle to find nutritious, affordable food.
A bounty of fresh produce and meat along with pantry staples including peanut butter, cereal, rice and bread were an oasis Tuesday amid a food desert in a Northwest Jacksonville neighborhood where than a few families, seniors and veterans struggle to put a healthy meal on the table.