Published: July 9th 2018 @ 10:20 AM by Peter Goddard
Midwest Food Bank was named as a recipient of the Johnson County Community Foundation BIGs Grant. The $25,000 grant will be used to support the MFB’s Promise for Protein Program for 2018/2019.
The Promise for Protein is a grant-funded program that allows MFB to purchase ground pork for ninety-nine cents a pound.
It started in 2010 is a collaborative effort developed by Midwest Food Bank and United Animal Health located …
Published: April 6th 2018 @ 2:55 PM by Jeremy Baynai
Hello friend of the Food Bank!
I hope this message find you well!
This year we are hosting a signature fundraising event here in Indianapolis called “Kind Harvest: An Open Air Meal”. It will be a meal with our 500 good friends, seated at tables around the circle in downtown Indianapolis. We plan on having this event annually. Our hope …
Published: February 12th 2018 @ 10:15 AM by Phil Hodel
"Give, and it will be given to you. Good measure, pressed down, shaken together, running over ..."
Since the beginning of Midwest Food Bank Indiana, vast storehouses of food have been donated and subsequently given away. But as the saying goes, "You can't outgive the LORD." Food donations have increased at an amazing pace.
In 2017, nearly $30 million worth of food was distributed. There are …
Published: February 1st 2018 @ 9:55 AM by Phil Hodel
"I planted the seed, Apollos watered it, but God has been making it grow." I Corinthians 3:6
Midwest Food Bank is watching the LORD grant increase to the generosity of others.
Kaleo, a local non-profit, partners with ministries in the Indianapolis area. MFB Indiana was the recent recipient of a grant from Kaleo, to spruce up our kitchen and office area. As we have been focused on serving others since …
Published: December 21st 2017 @ 8:45 AM by Phil Hodel
The 7th Annual Million Meal Marathon was held on October 10, 2017. Thousands of happy volunteers filled the Lucas Oil Stadium to pack food. Local businesses, firefighters, police officers, Colts players and cheerleaders worked side-by side with Students, families, friends and neighbors. All had the same mission: feed hungry Hoosiers.