Philabundance is working with the City of Philadelphia to help supply emergency food for individuals and families in need. Find a location near you using their map of sites providing meals.
WhyHunger refers people in need across the U.S. to food pantries, soup kitchens, government nutrition programs and grassroots organizations.
Aunt Bertha‘s network connects people seeking help and verified social care providers that serve them. Aunt Bertha easily connects people to social services in their communities.
Philabundance is opening a free drive-thru style emergency food distribution site in the parking lot of Citizens Bank Park, home of the Phillies – a long-time supporter of the organization’s hunger relief efforts.
Thank You To Our Hunger Heroes!
During these unprecedented times, Philabundance is overwhelmed by the generosity of so many loyal and first-time donors and partners. Your contributions have helped us to adapt operations, safely and effectively, to meet the increased demand for services across the Delaware Valley.
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We need your help more than ever! What’s more is that you can still practice social distancing AND help our neighbors in need. Donations allow Philabundance to buy in bulk, stretching your dollar further and buying most-needed items for the communities it serves.
Philabundance is in need of volunteers for our member agencies. Anyone who is not experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, who is not part of the “at-risk” demographic and does not come into frequent contact with seniors, can volunteer. Use the button below to sign up for shift today!
Host a virtual food drive to help us collect our most-needed items.
Restaurants and supermarkets in the Greater Philadelphia area that have excess food and would like to help, please visit Food Connect Group to learn how you can donate right now.
During this crisis, Philabundance is working hard to distribute more food to people who need it. Despite our best efforts, we still know that federal nutrition programs are the best way for people to get the food they want and need. As a result of the Families First Act, Congress made some changes to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to help give qualifying individuals additional benefits.
Visit Philabundance’s Find Food Map to find a distribution site near you. Click here for more information.
*As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to evolve, food distribution sites will to adjust services as needed. Please be sure to call ahead to ensure hours of operation and availability.
At Philabundance, we want everyone to remain as safe as possible while still providing desperately needed services to the Delaware Valley. If you are sick, over the age of 60, immune-compromised or are in anyway considered high-risk, we strongly encourage you to stay home.
If you are able to volunteer, please know that we are taking critical steps to preventing the spread of COVID – 19, including:
- Limiting shifts to 20 people so we can practice social distancing
- Staggering volunteers so they stand at least six feet apart while volunteering
- Stepping up already rigorous cleaning procedures before and after each shift
- Asking volunteers to follow CDC safety guidelines, including: safe hand-washing procedures; staying home if showing signs of illness; sneezing into sleeves
- Providing gloves to volunteers for additional protection
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