After working for 28 years, I lost it all.
It's important to me that my kids eat a lot of fruits and vegetables.
I'm rich in other ways.
Now that I'm retired, I do what I can to help.
Thank God for the Food Bank. My kids are healthy.
Marty has been a participant in the Community Food Bank's Garden Program for several years, and now returns to teach gardening workshops.
Caridad gave me more than I expected.
Being here made me feel like I was capable of making a difference.
It's so meaningful to know that people really do care.
The Food Bank is there for everybody.
I wanted to give back to the community.
That's when I realized I don't have to go to bed hungry.
Now I'm not hungry all the time.
The Community Food Bank is a very important resource.
It's very satisfying to volunteer here, to know that we're helping people.
That's the thing I really appreciate about the Food Bank--how much they care.
I’m just a small part of making that change happen. We all are.
It's a great example of what can happen when a community comes together.
Giving back doesn’t have to be a grand gesture—it starts with all of us doing something small.
Our food bank is one of the leaders in the nation.
It's so rewarding to be able to feed myself from the land.
I'm inspired every day when I come to work.
The best volunteering is the kind that comes from the heart.
We've really changed the way we eat.
If you don't have community, you don't have anything.
Trying to find another job has just been really hard. I couldn’t get a job at Walmart. I expected the interview to be so easy, but it wasn’t...
When you donate to the Community Food Bank, you create a better tomorrow for a neighbor in need.