The Feeding America national network of food banks has designated Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida as an official collection point for non-perishable food donations for Puerto Rico, where millions have been left without power, food and water in the wake of Hurricane Maria. In addition to food donations, […]

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In 2016 Second Harvest Food Bank upgraded its virtual food drive tool to be mobile responsive and that decision is paying dividends, most recently during Hurricane Irma. The Ogle family in Avalon Park used the virtual food drive as a way to give back to their community following Hurricane Irma. […]

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United Brethren in Christ set up a mobile food pantry at Holly Forest Estates, an adult mobile home community, after Hurricane Irma knocked power out for several days. Volunteers had some extra help distributing food thanks to City of Holly Hill Mayor John Penny and Commissioner John Danio, who stopped […]

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The power outage affecting communities across Central Florida, including the Rosemont Elementary area, was resolved thanks to the hardworking linemen seeking to restore power following Hurricane Irma. As a result of this prolonged outage, many families lost their perishable grocery items. However, not everyone will be able to replace the […]

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┬áSecond Harvest Food Bank partnered with Mt. Olive Seventh Day Adventist church to feed the local community after Hurricane Irma. You can watch more about this story on WESH2 online. We would like to thank Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida, our local businesses, church leaders and volunteers… Posted […]

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Second Harvest Food Bank partnered with Hands for Healing in Palm Bay for a mobile food drop after Hurricane Irma. Brevard County suffered mass power outages and faced boil water notices in many communities after the storm. As Annie reports in the video below, people lost everything. There was a […]

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