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For those of us who are lucky enough to have enough to eat regularly, Fall can be the time we are most aware of hunger affecting our neighbors. We see more signs of struggle as the weather gets colder and days get darker, and holiday time brings on community meals and more requests for support. While this is a critical time of year for families in need and the organizations that work to help them, it is a reminder to me that hunger can strike anyone at any time.
Fresh from the Food Bank Archive
Government can really impact the lives of families we work with—in positive and negative ways. Bellingham Food Bank is looking to increase our voice when talking to elected officials. We hope our Advocacy Team will be ready and able to call or email elected officials concerning issues that impact our families.
2018 By The Numbers
Together, we grew hope. Here’s a glimpse at what we made happen in 2018.Read More »
2017 By The Numbers
Together, we grew hope. Here’s a glimpse at what we made happen in 2017.Read More »
2016 By The Numbers
Together, we grew hope. Here’s a glimpse at what we made happen in 2016.Read More »
The Garden Beet newsletter comes out during the gardening season and is shared with all Garden Project participants. It has lots of great information about organic growing in the Pacific Northwest, healthy recipes, and fun, garden-related activities for kids.Read More »
Interested in gardening? Our Gardening Guide is a great tool to help you grow fresh veggies right here in the Pacific Northwest. It’s got information about when to plant, where to plant, how to plant and so much more. If you’re thinking of gardening, or already do and just need some help, this guide is for you!Read More »
In the Press
Look here for all of the latest articles about our hard-working food bank! If we missed something in the press about our food bank and/or about fighting hunger in Whatcom County, let us know.Read More »