Update: June 3
We want to take a moment to acknowledge our warehouse workers for all their hard work in making our pantry pickups possible. Dot Foods Mt. Sterling has given food to over 50 schools and nonprofits through pantry pickups, but as we’ve shown every week, all our locations are chipping in to help people in need.
Crosspointe Biker Church
In the past nine weeks, this Connersville, Indiana church has served 62,000 meals to their community. Dot Foods Indiana has supported their efforts through donating over 2,900 cases of excess food.
Mid-South Food Bank
In response to COVID-19, the Memphis food bank has provided a mobile pantry to safely feed families, children, and seniors. Dot Foods Tennessee donated 28,000 pounds of food to help them continue serving residents.
Food Bank of Delaware
At each mobile pantry, the Food Bank of Delaware has given thousands of residents enough food for three to four days. Dot Foods Delaware recently donated 53 cases of product to help the cause.
Open Hearts Food Pantry
This Idaho pantry distributes food boxes to families in Minidoka and Cassia County twice a week. Our food donation helps them continue their work when their community needs it the most.
Food for Families
Located in Bullhead City, Arizona, the food bank donates over 1.7 million pounds of food a year. Dot Foods Arizona supported their efforts by donating over 7,000 cases of shelf-stable items.
CARE Food Pantry
Our grant has helped the Colchester Area Relief Effort (CARE) Food Pantry provide food to residents of McDonough County for nearly 12 years and continue their work during the pandemic.
Red Cross Online Portal
As stay-at-home regulations soften throughout the country, more people are scheduling surgeries and other medical procedures. That has renewed demand for blood, and many hospitals are experiencing devastating shortages. Visit our online portal to pledge to donate blood and find a drive near you.