Category: Grants

Breakfast Bags: The Most Nutritious Surprise Bag for Kids

Have you heard about our Summer Breakfast Bag Program yet? These bags contain healthy breakfast items like peanut butter, oatmeal and cereals, are meant for children of all ages and fill the hunger gap when school meals are not available during the summer. This year, the breakfast bags have become especially essential: When schools were… Read more »

S.L. Gimbel Foundation

There is a lot of time and money spent by non-profits like the Food Bank in the process of writing grants. There’s also a lot of competition, which requires non-profits to do their homework, use discretion, and make sure that the investment in a grant application is welcomed. But once in a while, a grant… Read more »

Does a $100,000 survey really payoff?

You may have seen on the front page of The Tribune last week a story about the Hunger Free Communities Grant the Food Bank Coalition received from the USDA.  The grant was $99, 561.  That’s a lot of money for a survey.  I knew when I read the article that people would have the same… Read more »