This 3.5 minute infographic video provides demographic information on food insecurity in Northeast Florida and Feeding Northeast Florida’s role in fighting hunger in the region working in partnership with Feeding America.
If you’re a foodie, then you don’t want to miss GastroFest 2016 on Saturday, March 19 at Hemming Park in Downtown Jacksonville! Last year, GastroFest 2015 took Jacksonville by storm — attracting more than 30,000 people to experience the best restaurants, chef demos, educational workshops and food panels, the kid’s zone and much more. GastroJax’s…Details
Jan. 13 — Food bank needs 500 volunteers for citrus drive, Financial News & Daily Record Jan. 18 — Castillo, Carmen and Spencer Join FNEFL, Florida Times-Union Career Track Jan. 19 — First Tee Executive Tapped to Run Food Bank, Florida Times-Union Jan. 20 — See Inside the Feeding Northeast Florida food bank, Jacksonville Business…Details
Jacksonville, Fla. (Jan. 13, 2016) – Jacksonville philanthropist Delores Barr Weaver donated another $250,000 to Feeding Northeast Florida (FNEFL) – fulfilling her $500,000 pledge over two years to support the fight against hunger in 17 area counties. “The board and staff at Feeding Northeast Florida have done an incredible job in improving operating efficiencies to…Details
Local residents have already lined up to offer unwanted fruit from their home citrus trees for the Citrus Harvest for the Hungry from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 30 – and we need about 500 volunteers to collect all the fruit. Partnering with The Society of St. Andrews on the project, we hope…Details
With the help of hundreds of businesses and students from 13 St. Johns County Schools, about 50,000 cans of food were raised during the ‘500,000 Can Challenge,’ which took place from early Nov. 2014 until the end of Feb. 2015. We asked the community to set up collection boxes at their homes, businesses and…Details