How Food Banking works


Food banking is a system that moves food from donors to the people who need it and engages all sectors of society in the effort. The system feeds millions of people each year, becomes a vehicle for building public awareness about hunger and its solutions.

A food bank is a non profit flexible distribution model that serves the community. It acquires donated/ purchased or governments’ food and makes it available to the hungry through the network of institutional feeding programs. These programs include school feeding programs, charitable hospitals, orphanages, the destitute, beggars, homeless etc.