/FOOD BANK OF NORTH ALABAMA CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE
FOOD BANK OF NORTH ALABAMA CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE 2020-04-28T13:25:08-05:00

At the Food Bank of North Alabama, our top priority is ensuring the quality and safety of the food we collect, house and distribute to the most vulnerable populations in our community.

While we are all worried about access to food, water and other supplies in light of the Coronavirus those in need are even more worried and more vulnerable to illness and often with little or no access to healthcare. Your donation during this time to the Food Bank of North Alabama could help save lives.

If you would like to bring a food donation, we ask that you wash your hands thoroughly before collecting your food. We have a blue barrel set up in our lobby so that you can drop off items without having direct contact with our staff.

To further reduce contact and the possible spread of Coronavirus, we would also ask that in lieu of bringing in food donations, those who would wish to support our efforts during this health crisis consider making a cash donation online at foodbanknorthal.org. These funds go a long way to feeding those in need, as every dollar donated provides seven meals to those in need.

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

CLICK HERE for the WHNT list of North Alabama schools that are distributing grab & go meals at no charge to all children 18 years and younger during current school closures.

COVID-19 Relief Food Distribution

Friday, May 1 from 1 to 4 p.m.

At the parking lot across from 1892 East on the corner of Pratt Ave. and Russell St.

Open to the public, geared toward helping ALL hospitality workers

What: Fresh produce such as lettuce, squash, tomatoes, cabbage, corn, green beans and watermelon