A new partnership with Publix and the creation of a food rescue program, FSF opens a Reclamation Center in a 30,800-square-foot warehouse in north…

FSF provides disaster relief efforts in south Miami-Dade County after Hurricane Andrew hits, prompting the Board of Directors to look at a larger and…

FSF opens a distribution center in the Homestead area to serve south Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties. Later, the south Miami-Dade distribution center moves to…

FSF begins the first prepared and perishable food rescue program in South Florida, called Extra Helpings

After seeing an increase in service to Broward County, it’s realized that Palm Beach County could benefit from a food bank as well. FSF…

In order to address a growing need in Broward County, FSF opens a 6,000 square-foot distribution center at Port Everglades in Fort Lauderdale.

FSF opens a 33,000 square-foot warehouse and administrative office at 5850 NW 32nd Avenue in Miami. This facility allows FSF to handle larger quantities…

FSF opens a part-time distribution program for Broward County.

FSF begins distributing food in Miami-Dade County. By mid-year, FSF is distributing 36,000 pounds of food a month.

Feeding South Florida (then, Daily Bread Food Bank) is incorporated as a Florida nonprofit organization.

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