The Food Bank of Northeast Georgia will work toward ending hunger as part of an overall community effort to alleviate poverty.

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Will Rock 4 Food News!!!

Mar 31, 2015 by Susan Dodson

We are so excited to have Carl Lindberg and Soul Fellowship as our entertainment for our Will Rock 4 Food event. Their opening group will be Mack Mavis, a duo consisting of Zack Milster and Mason Davis. Food provided by: Heirloom Cafe Royal Peasant Brett’s American Cafe Edible Arrangements Raising Canes Athens Bagel Co. Menchies The Grill Holy Crepe Buffalos Phickles Pickles Kikis Bakeshop Tazikis Sweets ...

Will Rock 4 Food Tickets on Sale

Mar 11, 2015 by Susan Dodson

Tickets are on sale now for our 7th Will Rock 4 Food Benefit to raise funds for our local Food 2 Kids program. Will Rock 4 Food will take place April 18, 2015 from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Terrapin Brewery. Come listen to music, taste food from over 20 local restaurants, enjoy Terrapin tastings, participate in this area’s largest Rock-Paper-Scissors Tournament, let your children play at our Kidz Jam Session and ha...

Save the Date! Will Rock 4 Food

Feb 23, 2015 by Susan Dodson

Please join us in our mission to help feed local school children through our Food 2 Kids program. All proceeds will go directly to feeding children in need. Our 7th Annual Will Rock 4 Food will take place April 18, 2015 from 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Terrapin Brewery. Come listen to live music, taste food from over 20 local restaurants, participate in this areas largest Rock-Paper-Scissors Tournament, let your children pl...

2015 Empty Bowl Luncheon. Buy your tickets now!

Jan 13, 2015 by Susan Dodson

Please join us on Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 for our 17th Annual Empty Bowl Luncheon. Share a simple lunch of soup and sandwich to raise awareness of hunger in our community. Ticket for the luncheon only is $20. Ticket for the luncheon and a hand painted bowl is $30. Table for 10 with hand painted bowls is $400. Tickets can be purchased online at www.foodbanknega.org

Why I Volunteer at the Food Bank

Jan 7, 2015 by Susan Dodson

When I retired several years ago from UGA I knew I wanted to find a way to contribute to the community through volunteering with an agency that was addressing needs in the community in a significant way. Hunger is such a basic need and one that is hard to imagine in a country of such plenty and abundance as the US. When I first decided to volunteer with the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia I was impressed with the lev...

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