Programs

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Food Bank Programs

The Food Bank of South Central Michigan manages several activities, all geared towards its mission of getting food to households in need. These include: Fresh Food Initiative, which brings fresh produce, dairy products and other grocery items directly to households in low-income neighborhoods; and Kids After-School Packs, a special pack of 10-12 non-perishable food items targeted for children at risk of going hungry over the weekend. The Food Bank also coordinates tailgate deliveries to five of its eight counties, pulling food orders and bringing them to a central location in the county, once a month, saving agencies travel time and costs.
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Fresh Food Initiatives

The Fresh Food Initiative (FFI) distributions are a unique way to get fresh produce and dairy products into low-income neighborhoods.
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Kids After School Pack Program

The Kids' After-School Pack program targets children from low-income families who are at risk of going hungry.
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Who we serve

39% of the household members of Food Bank clients are children 17 years and younger; 10% of all households have senior citizens 65 and older.

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