One in four children is food insecure, which means they miss at least one meal a day or don't know where their next meal will come from. The Sack Pack program is one way the Chattanooga Area Food Bank is addressing the issue of child hunger.
The Food Bank can stretch your dollars farther to provide more meals for the food insecure in our community. More>>
Channel 3's 29th Annual Share Your Christmas Food Drive is this Friday. All the food and money collected goes to the Chattanooga Area Food Bank which helps serve 20,000 of our neighbors who are hungry every week. More>>
Here's a list of the Food Bank's most needed foods. More>>
The Chattanooga Area Food Bank helps feed 20,000 people around the Tennessee Valley every week. One of its most popular programs is the emergency food box. More>>
Seniors age 65 and older are the largest growing population living in poverty, according to the U.S. census. Many live on fixed incomes and must make choices between paying bills and putting food on the table. Now a new program at the Chattanooga Area Food Bank is putting a spotlight on the issue of senior hunger. With the help of a grant from AARP, the food bank has started a senior grocery program in Meigs County. A county hit hard by unemployment and poverty. More>>
The Chattanooga Area Food Bank leads a 380-member network of partners in eliminating hunger and promoting better nutrition across 20 counties in southeast Tennessee and northwest Georgia. More>>