Winn-Dixie

Buy a Bag and Help the Community Food Bank

Here is another easy way to help feed your neighbors in need. The Community Food Bank was selected by store leadership at the Winn-Dixie located at 1202 West Main Street, Inverness FL to receive a $1 donation every time a $2.99 reusable…
Evolving Faces of Hunger

The Evolving Faces of Hunger – It’s Not Who You Might Think…

Thank you to Reporter Fred Hiers at the Citrus County Chronicle for shedding light on this important and timely topic.
Fundraising

Community Food Bank Looks for New Fundraising As Inflation Continues

We’re always looking for creative fundraising ideas. If you have one, let us know!

Feedback Surveys to Benefit Community Food Bank

Special thank you to Nancy Kennedy and the Citrus County Chronicle for helping get the word out about this fun and simple way to help our neighbors in need.
Hunger in the midst of plenty

Editorial: Hunger in the midst of plenty

Thank you once again to the Citrus County Chronicle for shining a spotlight on food insecurity in our community. Editorial l Hunger in the midst of plenty _ Editorials _ chronicleonline.comDownload
Bloomin’ 4 Good: Community Food Bank Selected to Benefit from Winn-Dixie Floral Program for the Month of March

Bloomin’ 4 Good

Community Food Bank Selected to Benefit from Winn-Dixie Floral Program for the Month of August Brighten someone’s day with a bouquet of flowers while helping to fight hunger throughout our community. The Community Food Bank (CFB)…
Article

Food Pantries Struggle to Meet Increased Needs

Thank you to Nancy Kennedy and the Citrus County Chronicle for this excellent, in-depth story on the struggle we and the agencies we serve are now facing. Food pantries struggle to meet increased needs _ Local News _ chronicleonline.comDownload Read…
Community Food Bank (CFB) Extends Matching Donation Challenge

Community Food Bank (CFB) Extends Matching Donation Challenge

The Community Food Bank (CFB) issued a matching donation challenge in June and is extending this fundraising effort through July 31st. The Black Diamond Foundation will match up to $50,000 in donations. The CFB has seen a rapid and sharp…
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Special thanks to the Citrus County Chronicle

Special thanks to the Citrus County Chronicle Editorial Board for their editorial on inflation and hunger. The struggle is real, folks!  We invite you to join us in the fight.  Editorial l Inflation taking toll on gr...ger…
Getting a Head Start on the Holidays

Getting a Head Start on the Holidays

Members of the Rotary Club of Inverness present Community Food Bank CEO/Executive Director Barbara Sprague with a $1000 donation to help feed individuals in need during the holiday season. It’s already July, which means the holidays will…
Hunger Hero: West Citrus Elks Lodge #2693

Hunger Hero: West Citrus Elks Lodge #2693

Pictured from left to right: Grand Exhaulted Ruler Doug Norman, Ed James, Barbara Sprague, and Brian Estus. Special thank you to the West Citrus Elks Lodge #2693 in Homosassa.  They donated more than 800 lbs. of food to help feed those…
You and I Are Making a Difference!

You and I Are Making a Difference!

The Community Food Bank (CFB) has responded to a rapidly increasing need for food assistance that has more than doubled since the onset of the pandemic. We served approximately 30,000 individuals per month in 2019. That number has grown…