How to Contribute to the Midwest Food Bank

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Emma Wise volunteers with a variety of nonprofit organizations across the Midwest and in Pennsylvania, where she attended college. While volunteering with the Midwest Food Bank, Emma Wise helped service organizations connect with the food bank and obtain supplies during Distribution Weeks in 2012 and 2013.

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How to Contribute to the Midwest Food Bank

  1. 1. By Emma Wise
  2. 2. Introduction  Emma Wise volunteers with a variety of nonprofit organizations across the Midwest and in Pennsylvania, where she attended college. While volunteering with the Midwest Food Bank, Emma Wise helped service organizations connect with the food bank and obtain supplies during Distribution Weeks in 2012 and 2013.
  3. 3. About The Midwest Food Bank  The Midwest Food Bank is always in need of supplies, funds, and volunteers. Those who wish to share their time can sign up to perform such highly valued tasks as compiling distribution packs, preparing disaster relief kits, and overseeing the sharing of food with local pantries. For those who prefer to contribute money, the Food Bank proudly cites its four-star rating from Charity Navigator for ethical and generous use of donated funds. This rating means that donors can be confident that their donations will reach those in need across the community.
  4. 4. Conclusion  The Midwest Food Bank also accepts bulk food donations from corporations and other large entities. This system allows the organization to gather physical resources in an efficient manner. Potential donor organizations can sign up on the Food Bank's website, www.midwestfoodbank.org, and individual contributors can also find more information on volunteering or contributing funds there.

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