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1356 Locust St., Terre Haute, IN
Mission: To feed hungry individuals in Clay, Greene, Knox, Parke, Sullivan, Vermillion, and Vigo counties through a network of emergency food distribution member agencies and engage our community in the fight to end hunger.
Terre Haute Catholic Charities Foodbank is a Certified Affiliate of Feeding America, the National Food Bank Network. Feeding America solicits and distributes donated food and grocery products through more than 200 Certified Affiliate Food Banks nationally. These Affiliate Food Banks in turn serve 50,000 501(c)(3) charitable agencies in all 50 states of the United States.
Since 1980, Terre Haute Catholic Charities Foodbank has been providing relief to hungry people in the Wabash Valley. Our energies and expertise, along with the support of the food industry, private contributors, United Way of the Wabash Valley and countless volunteers have helped many to choose between paying for medicine or food, prevent more children from going to school with empty stomachs, and feed more adults so they can be able to work and sustain their families.
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Terre Haute Catholic Charities Foodbank provides the equivalent of 2.5 million meals each year to 32,000 people who are hungry in west central Indiana. But, more food is needed to feed the more than 43,000 people who don't get enough nutritious food to live a healthy lifestyle. You can help. Click here to learn more about the Closing the Meal Gap Campaign.
Your contributions will go a long way to create hope in the lives of so many who don't get enough to eat.
Thanks to Walmart Foundation, Terre Haute Catholic Charities Foodbank has a brand new 24' refrigerated truck to use for store donation pick-ups, delivery of food to member agencies, and Mobile Pantry distributions. In addition, Walmart State Giving awarded $70,000 for the Foodbank to use to increase the amount of highly nutritious food that is distributed to the more than 32,000 food-insecure individuals served in the Wabash Valley.
Feeding America conducted a hunger survey in the Wabash Valley. Read the Executive Summary here.