Posted by: Maggie | March 8, 2007

Connecticut Food Bank

Founded in 1982, Connecticut Food Bank (CFB) is the largest centralized source of donated, emergency food in Connecticut. CFB is a private organization whose mission is to alleviate hunger by supplying food products and resources to eligible agencies throughout our service areas in Connecticut, and to promote public awareness about the problem of hunger. CFB provides food and other resources to more than 650 food assistance programs such as soup kitchens, shelters, food pantries, and adult and child day care centers in six of Connecticut’s eight counties. In 2005, CFB distributed 16.6 million pounds of food. Since 1982, CFB has distributed more than 140 million pounds of food.


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