Welcome to the first Advocacy Update of 2018! Between the federal government shutdown and the swearing-in for our new city of Orlando commissioners, we’ve kept busy. Shutdown Impact on our Neighbors in Need Last month, we saw the federal government shutdown for three days. Congress and the Administration struck a […]

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“Second Harvest Food Bank is an instrumental connection to the community,” says Maria Spitale, Director, Leadership and Organizational Behavior at Full Sail University. While students at Full Sail are pursuing entertainment industry degree programs, Maria believes it is important for students to step outside the classroom and engage in the […]

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Alright, ladies! Here’s your chance to experience Wine Woman and Shoes Orlando in ultimate diva fashion! You can bid in the Diva Den auction for a prize that includes: 8 VIP tickets to Wine Women & Shoes Orlando for you and your closest girlfriends PRIME seating with a designated Sole […]

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A group of Puerto Ricans displaced by Hurricane Maria are preparing for a new beginning in the kitchen. Spectrum News 13 recently visited the Darden Foundation Community Kitchen to see how these students are gaining valuable hands-on experiences needed to pursue a sustainable career in Central Florida’s booming hospitality industry. […]

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From 1994 to 1997, Second Harvest Food Bank experienced a very important growth spurt. This growth was made possible through capital campaign gifts totaling more than $2 million, which allowed the organization to purchase, renovate, and expand a 35,000 square foot distribution center on Brengle Drive in Orlando. As the […]

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We’ve got Sole(Men)! Every year, Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida’s fundraising event Wine Women Shoes Orlando presented by Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women and Babies raises money to help feed our neighbors in need. But did you know there’s more than just shopping and wine? That’s right! There’s […]

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