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God’s Pantry Food Bank received an $8,000 grant from The Darden Foundation.
The University of Kentucky's dollar meal cafe is now open.
Nine businesses, community colleges and local governments are collaborating to Power Up the Pantry and replenish depleted area food pantries.
Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles, Attorney General Andy Beshear, Secretary of State Alison Lundergan Grimes, Auditor Mike Harmon and Treasurer Allison Ball spent Wednesday rallying Kentuckians to join the fight against hunger.
Kentucky ranked 12th in the nation for food hardship, with more than 1 in 6 households reporting they had trouble putting food on the table.
Kentucky's agriculture commissioner plans to announce an initiative to combat hunger.
One of the most popular food events is coming back to Central Kentucky! Watch to learn more about God's Pantry Food Bank annual Taste of the Bluegrass where you can enjoy lots of food & drinks from businesses around the bluegrass, plus hear more about some special events where you can help to fight hunger in Kentucky!
The mission of God's Pantry Food Bank is to help fight hunger in America. Watch to learn more about a new initiative they're offering to help Fayette County residents get better access to food.
Commissioner of Agriculture Ryan Quarles says that the Hunger Task Force, a group of leaders from agriculture, government, business, education, charitable organizations, and the faith community, will come together with the Kentucky Association of Food Banks to attend the Rally to Stop Hunger in Frankfort.
God's Pantry Food Bank Development Director, Rebecca Wallace stops by to tell us how we can be a helping hand to those families in need during the winter months.
The Kentucky Department of Agriculture says a panel appointed to combat hunger plans to hold its first regional meeting in northern Kentucky.
Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles is leading a new effort to combat hunger.
Kentucky Agriculture Commissioner Ryan Quarles is launching an initiative to combat hunger.
On Thursday, God’s Pantry Food Bank released its Hunger in Fayette County 2016 report at Broadway Christian Church in Lexington.
The Kentucky Association of Food Banks announced the release of Map the Meal Gap 2016, an annual study by Feeding America that details food insecurity rates in every county and congressional district in the United States.
Students, potters, and the public will come together on Wednesday, March 30 to raise awareness of local hunger needs at the annual "Empty Bowls" event and meal. The event will take place from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Commons, located in the Woods-Penniman Building on the Berea College campus.
The state of Kentucky is asking residents to donate a portion of their tax returns to help feed the hungry.
This Saturday, February 6th, select Kroger stores in Lexington will be hosting God’s Pantry Food Bank volunteers for the annual “Souperbowl of Caring” food drive.
State lawmakers rallied on Thursday in Frankfort to bring attention to the hunger problem in Kentucky.
God's Pantry in Kentucky says donations from the Stamp Out Hunger Drive dwarfed last year's donations by over 3,000 pounds.
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