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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100% of Proceeds from Tailgate Trade Show Raffle to benefit Food Bank of Northeast Georgia

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On August 16 and 17, 2013, the Classic Center will host the first ever Classic City BBQ Festival and Tailgate Trade Show. This is an official sanctioned event of the Kansas City BBQ Society and an official stop on the Georgia BBQ Championship 2013 tour. A portion of the proceeds from the festival...


SAVE THE DATE: Classic City BBQ Festival

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The Classic City BBQ Festival is an official stop on the Georgia BBQ Championship 2013 Tour, as well as an official sanctioned event of the Kansas City Barbeque Society. Raffle proceeds and donations from the festival benefit the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia. Come bring your family for great fo...

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Southern Living Home to Benefit Food Bank of Northeast Georgia

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A groundbreaking celebration was held for the 2013 Southern Living Showcase Home at the Currahee Club on Lake Hartwell in Toccoa. The 2013 Southern Living Showcase Home will be open from September through December. A portion of the proceeds from the home tours will benefit the Food 2 Kids program...

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21st Annual National Letter Carriers Food Drive set for Saturday, May 11

The Stamp Out Hunger food drive is a nationwide effort that provides food to local food banks and pantries that rely heavily on donations. The nations 175,000 letter carriers will collect food donations left at the mailboxes of generous Americans in more that 10,000 communities and deliver them t...

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5th Annual Will Rock 4 Food

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Think of four children you know. They could be your own children, your neighbors or coworkers children, your nieces and nephews, or even your childrens friends. Just think of four children and line them up in your mind. Now, separate one child out of that group. In Athens, one out of four childre...

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