JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - On Monday, April 5, Second Harvest North Florida and Shands Jacksonville launched an expanded Nutrition for Mothers, Nourishment for Babies Healthy Food Program at the Shands OB-GYN clinic.
A kickoff event at the hospital featured a cooking demonstration by Chef Jessica Bright, a local television and radio personality, as well as distribution of healthy food products to all women who attend their appointments that day.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - For the third consecutive year, the Jacksonville community has set a new standard for generosity in the National Association of Letter Carriers “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive. This year’s event produced more than 351,000 pounds of much-needed nonperishable food resources for people in need on the First Coast.
On Saturday, May 8, volunteers and Second Harvest staff joined forces with the National Association of Letter Carriers and residents of the First Coast for the 18th Annual "Stamp Out Hunger" Food Drive - a national event that produces hundreds of thousands of pounds of much-needed food resources that will go to people in need in North Florida.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Second Harvest North Florida works each day to answer the call in the ongoing battle against domestic hunger, but the food bank is reaching out this weekend and asking the First Coast community for a helping hand during the "Stamp Out Hunger" food drive sponsored by the National Association of Letter Carriers.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Save-A-Lot food stores, the nation's leading hard discount grocery chain, opened its sixth store in Jacksonville on March 15. The company's newest store is located at 8000 Lem Turner Road, Jacksonville, FL 32208. Part of the grand opening included a $2,500 gift to Second Harvest North Florida.
A landmark study released today by Second Harvest North Florida and Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger-relief organization, reports that more than 170,700 people receive emergency food each year through Second Harvest and the agencies it serves in north Florida.*
September marks the third annual Hunger Action Month, an opportunity to place a spotlight on the issue of domestic hunger while creating opportunities for people on the First Coast and abroad to participate in the ongoing battle against it.