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Feds Feed Families

Each year, millions of Americans turn to food banks and food pantries for emergency food assistance. Over the summer months, demand increases significantly, while donations traditionally decline. With one in seven adults – including one in five children – facing food insecurity in our Nation on a daily basis, we have the opportunity to support our neighbors and communities in need.

To help meet this critical need, we are pleased to announce the EMCBC’s support and participation in the seventh annual 2015 Feds Feed Families (FFF) Food Drive, which ran from July 15th through October 2nd.

Feds Feed Families is a voluntary effort undertaken by Federal employees throughout the country to collect and donate food for those in need through:

  • Donations of non-perishable food items into a designated FFF collection box in the workplace
  • Donations of surplus fresh food from your gardens directly to a participating local food pantry
  • Gleaning, or clearing fields and warehouses of unused produce, at FFF gleaning events

Through the great generosity of the EMCBC employees, the Feds Feed Families program has collected over 6,421 pounds of food.

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