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The Kroger Louisville Division announced the launch of an expanded Dairy Donation Program, designed to support families during the COVID-19 pandemic and school-age children during the summer months.
Two months of free parking at LEXPARK on-street meters in Lexington ends on Monday, May 18.
FCPS, God’s Pantry Food Bank, and Employment Solutions participate in "Kids Eat"
Funds part of $2.5 million nationwide
"A lot of the people who we're helping, they need food today and we're hoping we can give it to them tomorrow," says Lt. Robert Moore with the KY National Guard.
Meetings cancelled, some services trimmed to try to slow coronavirus.
The Lexington Parking Authority says 8,828 pounds of food was donated during its 2019 food drive.
The LEXPARK’S “Food for Fines” Holiday Food Drive allows customers to bring in ten cans of food to get $15 off any parking ticket.
The food retailer says the effort is a part its commitment to end hunger in its communities by 2025.
As many people know, tailgating means family, friends, fun and good food but for Johnsonville's Big Taste Grill it means so much more.
Donate eight items - dried or canned food - by October 4 and receive two tickets for Paw Patrol Live.
God’s Pantry Food Bank recently earned the organizations 12th consecutive 4-star rating from Charity Navigator.
God’s Pantry Food Bank received an $8,000 grant from The Darden Foundation.
It's day 21 of the Government Shutdown and that ties for the longest shutdown in US history.
Together, we are doing more than more than ever before, but there is still unmet need and God’s Pantry Food Bank needs help to...
This year is the 25th year of God's Pantry Food Bank's Thanksgiving distribution program and for the first time people outside of Fayette County can participate.
Sharing Thanksgiving has been expanded to include residents who have been referred by community agencies in Laurel, Rowan and Floyd County.
The food drive will run from Monday, November 19 through Friday, December 14.
Data from a new study shows Kentucky ranks as the sixth highest state for senior food insecurity.