On Wednesdays, Philabundance, Share Food Program, Nutritional Development Services and Campbell will host a new weekly distribution for government employees from 10-11 AM located under the 95 overpass on Front & Tasker in South Philadelphia. The distribution will run until reimbursement checks are issued.
Please bring your government ID.
In case of bad weather, call 215-220-1920.
We are closely tracking what is happening with SNAP and other nutrition programs. SNAP benefits for February were disbursed to participants early and it is unclear if March benefits will be available if the shutdown continues.
As the nation’s largest anti-hunger program, if SNAP benefits are impacted by the shutdown it will have devastating consequences on the over 650,000 people who rely on SNAP in our area.
Stay updated on SNAP information by heading to our blog post.
Help Provide Emergency Food
The government shutdown may be affecting 45,000 people in our area who may now struggle to feed their families.
YOU CAN HELP by making a donation to support your neighbors in their time of need and the Emergency Market.
On behalf of our existing and new clients, thank you so much for your help.
Anyone in need of food assistance can call the WHY Hunger Hotline at 1-800-5-HUNGRY for immediate assistance or access one of our 350+ agencies for food. You can find an agency location nearest you by using our Find Food Map.
One way to directly help those impacted is by donating or raising funds so that Philabundance can purchase fresh produce and other needed items to supply the Emergency Market for federal workers. Another way to help is by hosting a food drive and collecting non-perishable food items to donate. Any questions about food drives or raising funds can be directed to Olivia Edwards at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes. You may donate directly on our website or by visiting our fundraising page on Facebook.
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