PA Agriculture Spotlight: Nell Produce

Jackie and Wes Nell own and operate Nell Produce, a family farm in Lebanon County. The Nells regularly provide onions to the Central Pennsylvania Food Bank, and this relationship helps to prevent food waste, provide onions to Pennsylvanians experiencing food insecurity, and allow their business to remain profitable.

PA Agriculture Spotlight: Main Street Milk

Main Street Milk, based in Somerset, PA, began an agricultural partnership with the Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank to supply local ground beef for charitable distribution in southwest Pennsylvania.

PA Agriculture Spotlight: Hillandale Farms

Hillandale Farms is a family-owned and operated egg company which strives to deliver the freshest, highest quality eggs to their communities in a sustainable manner. Pennsylvania’s statewide network of food banks works with Hillandale at all three of their locations in the Commonwealth.

PA Agriculture Spotlight: Moin Halal

Moin Halal is a family-owned business located in Central Pennsylvania focused on producing and processing quality halal meat while conforming to Islamic standards. Saad Ali, owner of Moin Halal, has built the company’s relationship with the Commonwealth’s charitable food system over the past three years, working with food banks in all corners of the state….

Volunteer Voices: Highlighting Volunteer Appreciation Month

At Feeding PA, the compassion and generosity of our member food banks’ volunteers nourish the souls of our neighbors experiencing food insecurity. Our member food banks simply couldn’t help to provide fundamental resources that our neighbors need to thrive without the dedication of their volunteers. We are uplifting volunteer voices during Volunteer Appreciation Month in…

PA Agriculture Feature: Koch’s Turkey

Koch’s Turkey is a third-generation farm raising and processing turkeys at their location outside of Tamaqua, PA.

Celebrating Women in Executive Leadership Roles in the Feeding PA Charitable Food Network

Feature: Women’s History Month 2024 By: Erin Haafke This Women’s History Month we’re highlighting women in executive leadership roles within the Feeding PA charitable food network who work to help support their neighbors facing hunger within communities across the commonwealth. Did you know that 78% of Feeding PA’s board members, all of whom are executive…

Celebrating Black History Month: Black Hunger Heroes

By: Erin Haafke We celebrate Black History Month to recognize Black visionaries and the innovations, achievements, and contributions they have made that have greatly impacted our society. Feeding Pennsylvania is dedicated to empowering our Black neighbors who are disproportionately affected by food insecurity by supporting community-led efforts and resources. This month, we’re highlighting Black individuals who made…

September is Hunger Action Month

Everyone needs nutritious food to thrive. Yet, tens of millions of people in the United States, including nearly 2 million Pennsylvanians, face hunger. Joining the movement to end hunger helps ensure everyone, no matter their race, background, or ZIP code, has access to the food and resources needed to thrive. That’s why we are asking…

Feeding Pennsylvania Announces New CEO

Official Announcement from Feeding Pennsylvania Board Chair Lisa Scales Greetings from Feeding Pennsylvania! I am thrilled to announce that after an extensive search, the Feeding Pennsylvania Board of Directors has selected Julie Bancroft as our new Chief Executive Officer. Julie joins Feeding Pennsylvania with more than ten years of non-profit association executive leadership experience in agriculture…