Cares Act Funds For Food Banks

$5 million in Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act funding was announced by Governor Mike Parson to be divided among Missouri’s six regional food banks to help citizens who continue to rely on food assistance.  The food banks serve the needs of more than 1,000 food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, domestic violence shelters, and other meal sites […]

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Senior Food Box Program Continues Through Second Harvest

A new senior box food program will be implemented by Second Harvest Community Food Bank.  This program will be available at no cost beginning in October at the distribution sites who have been distributing Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) boxes to eligible seniors, including in Chillicothe.  The goal is to make sure individuals in need have the support and resources […]

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New Senior Food Box Program

Second Harvest Community Food Bank will implement a new senior box food program at no cost.  The program will be available at the distribution sites who have been distributing Commodity Supplemental Food Program (CSFP) boxes to eligible seniors, including in Chillicothe.  The goal is to make sure individuals in need have the support and resources they need from Second Harvest.  […]

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Second Harvest Food Pantry Partners With Lifepoint Church

Second Harvest Community Food Bank announced a new partnership with Lifepoint Church Food Pantry in Chillicothe. Chad Higdon, CEO of Second Harvest says “We are extremely excited to announce our new partnership with Lifepoint Church Food Pantry.”  He says their vision is for a hunger-free Northwest Missouri and Northeast Kansas and the partnership in Livingston County assists in achieving that […]

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