Every day, local youth are finding ways to give a voice to those less fortunate. Some volunteer, some advocate, some donate, and some are continuing to find unique ways to solve the problems local kids, families, and seniors in need face. André Reyna was a very special young man who […]

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Hi, I am Mitchell Spector, I am 11 years old and my program “Trick-or-Treat Food-to-Eat” was a huge success. I got inspired when my cousin Kayla started it for the first time working with Feeding South Florida in Miami. She has been doing it for 6 years and has collected […]

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I am often asked to go to different businesses, organizations, companies or schools to talk about what Second Harvest Food Bank does for the community. I always love going to these speaking engagements because I get to meet so many wonderful people doing some incredible things for our neighbors. Last […]

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On April 1st, a day commonly associated with foolishness, over 150 youngsters walked into the Westside Boys & Girls Club to find that our months old promise of after school meals was no joke. This latest addition to our Kids Cafe program is located at 919 S. Persimmon Avenue, not […]

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Every year, we invite our champion volunteers to a donated luncheon and thank them for their support of Second Harvest Food Bank. Did you know that last year 10,146 volunteers contributed 35,115 hours? This is equivalent to more than 16 full-time staff members! We could not begin to do the […]

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