This Winter - Share food. Share Joy.

Feed

Hunger knows no age. Learn more about the programs nourishing every age group, from children in school to seniors in need.

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Lead

Join us and be the voice that inspires change. Learn how to lead your community and fulfill the mission to end hunger in South Florida.

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Strengthen

We connect individuals with the training and resources necessary to increase family stability through economic self‑sufficiency.

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By The Numbers:

1074702

Food insecure individuals

329423

Children who go to bed hungry

174500000

Million pounds of food distributed

145700000

Million meals distributed

Find An Agency

We partner with nonprofits throughout South Florida. Find one near you!

Food For Thought

Learn more about what’s happening in your community with the Feeding South Florida Blog.

Sponsored Post: Florida KidCare

When children are properly nourished, they thrive in the classroom and can achieve so much more outside of school, at home and beyond. Feeding…

Top Three Ways to Support Hunger Action Month®

September is Hunger Action Month®. GO ORANGE and help us take a stand against hunger within the South Florida community. GO ORANGE How can…

Monthly Spotlight | April 2022

Donor of the Month: JM Family Enterprises, Inc. “We are invested in the community’s success,” said Sasha Moon, JM Family Enterprises Manager of Community…

In The News

Florida Keys Free Press | Nonprofit, county partner to feed those in need

KEY LARGO – Feeding South Florida partnered with Monroe County Social Services to host a free food distribution event Friday, Feb. 2S, at Tradewinds…

WSVN Channel 7 | Feeding South Florida announces third annual Feed Your Creativity art competition

PEMBROKE PARK, FLA. (WSVN) – A South Florida organization continues to feed creativity. Feeding South Florida announced its third annual Feed Your Creativity art…

WPTV NBC | Rising cost of food brings long lines at Boynton Beach giveaway

Majority are working families attending giveaway events, Feeding South Florida president says. BOYNTON BEACH, Fla. — Cars were lined up for more than 12 hours Thursday…

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