The Palm Beach County Food Bank continues to strengthen the local hunger relief system and remain a strong partner to other stakeholders and organizations that join us in addressing the issues of hunger and food insecurity in our community.
We’ve made great progress in increasing the amount of food and resources to hungry families, but the need is great and there’s more work to be done. According to the United Way, 12% of households live below poverty and an additional 29% earn more than the poverty level but less than the cost of living. Too many are struggling to meet basic needs.
We remain focused on supporting the more than 170 partner agencies with food, programs and services. There is a collective resolve in working together to help children, families and seniors in our community.
Palm Beach County is our sole focus. It is only through the continued support of our donors and generosity of the community that we can fulfill our mission. Thank you for helping us feed more children, families and seniors in our community.