Content Tagged 'God's Pantry Food Bank'

God's Pantry Food Bank Asks For Votes To Win $60,000
You could help feed thousands of hungry Kentuckians, without ever leaving your house. God's Pantry Food Bank is trying to win $60,000 through online votes. Video Video
Prairie Farms Donates 500 Gallons Of Milk To God's Pantry
On Monday, Prairie Farms made the largest donation of milk in the history of God's Pantry Food Bank in Lexington. Video Video
God's Pantry Opens Fourth Food Bank In Lexington
God's Pantry Food Bank now has a fourth location in Lexington. A pantry opened on Cambridge Drive, in the Cardinal Valley neighborhood, on February 3rd. Video Video
God's Pantry To Receive 2 Years Of Service From Child Hunger Corps Member
God's Pantry Food Bank in Lexington will receive two years of service from a Child Hunger Corps member, who will assess and develop the food bank's capacity to execute programs to alleviate child hunger.
Gods Pantry Food Bank Broken Into Over Weekend
The organizers of God's Pantry Food Bank in Lexington are receiving help from the community after their home at Central Christian Church was broken into this past weekend.
God’s Pantry Food Bank Named Charity Navigator Four-Star Charity
For the sixth consecutive year, God's Pantry earns a distinction only three percent of charities rated by the organization have earned. Video Video
Community Helps God's Pantry Food Bank Win Grant
God's Pantry Food Bank is $45,000 richer thanks to a grant from Walmart and votes from the community.
Help Needy Central Kentucky Families By Filling Pod With Food
Put something in a pod to help Central Kentucky families in need.
Taste Of Bluegrass Returns For 32nd Year
More than 60 restaurants and beverage distributors were on hand for the charity event helping raise more than 100-thousand dollars. Video Video
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