For over 30 years, the Great Plains Food Bank, a program of Lutheran Social Services of ND has been ending hunger through community partnerships. Our goal is to not only help our hungry neighbors today, but to provide the means for everyone to be fed tomorrow. We are known for distributing great amounts of food quickly and efficiently; in 2014 alone, we collected, warehoused and distributed more than 13.6 million pounds of food that would have otherwise gone to waste.
The problem of hunger is solvable. But we can't do it alone. Thanks to thousands of partners engaged in our day-to-day work of hunger-relief, we touch the lives of 1 in 9 individuals who seek emergency assistance though our programs and services and partner network of charitable feeding programs operating across North Dakota and Clay County, Minnesota. We invite you to learn more about the Great Plains Food Bank and join us in our work to create hunger-free communities.
volunteers served more than 19,000 hours in 2014.
pounds of food were distributed to local communities by GPFB last year.
97% of every $1
given to GPFB goes directly to hunger relief efforts