Radd Night At The Baycontributes To Ian Relief
DreamLarge’s RADD Night at The Bay raised more than $22,000 for Hurricane Ian relief on Oct. 20 thanks to matching donations from the Gulf Coast Community Foundation, anonymous supporters of The Bay, and support from the Rosemary District Association, Calusa Brewing, Art Center Sarasota and vendors who donated a portion of their profits. The funds were donated to Gulf Coast’s Hurricane Ian Disaster Relief Fund.
Were grateful to the incredible community who came out to support this important initiative during the 10 Days at The Bay Grand Opening, said Anand Pallegar, founder of DreamLarge. Our hearts go out to all of those affected.
The Rosemary Art & Design Districts mission is to advance the Rosemary District as the Art & Design District of Sarasota while preserving the deep, cultural history of Overtown. For more information, visit rosemarydistrict.org.
Area Donors Virginia B Toulmin Foundation Provide Match To Inspire Giving To Area’s Only Food Bank And Largest Hunger Relief Organization
Thanks to the generosity of the Virginia B. Toulmin Foundation in partnership with Keith Monda and Veronica Brady, Kathy and Travis Brown, and Bob and Lin Williams every gift to All Faiths Food Bank for Hurricane Ian disaster relief will be matched, up to $100,000. Gifts can be made securely via All Faiths’ website at allfaithsfoodbank.org.
All Faiths Food Bank is a member of Feeding Florida, the states largest hunger relief organization and the only food bank network with an active presence, providing ongoing community-based food distributions in all 67 counties of Florida. Its efforts are critical during times of crisis and natural disaster. In partnership with the Department of Emergency Managements ESF6 mass feeding team, Feeding Florida and its 12-member food banks have quickly mobilized to ensure communities are prepared and provided for.
All Faiths Food Bank is proud to work with Feeding Florida and its sister food banks around the state to coordinate recovery efforts, stage product, and transport food to Florida communities affected by the storm. Depending on the magnitude and location of a storm, All Faiths staff and fleet of trucks carrying food may also be deployed to other food banks in Florida.
Hurricane Ian Recovery Updates & Resources
- The Solid Waste Division has resumed its normal garbage and recycling collection schedule, and storm debris pickups are underway.
Apply for federal assistance at disasterassistance.gov or visit the Disaster Recovery Center at Shannon Staub Library, 4675 Career Lane. Open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily.
Repairs to Price Boulevard are underway. The McCaughey Waterway crossing has been repaired and Price is reopen to traffic between Salford and Cranberry boulevards.
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Giving Tuesday Abc7 Teams Up With Meals On Wheels Plus Of Manatee And All Faiths Food Bank
SARASOTA, Fla. – After Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, and Cyber Monday, join us for GIVING TUESDAY, a global day of philanthropy, in support of Meals on Wheels PLUS of Manatee and All Faiths Food Bank as we come together to feed those in need.
Giving Tuesday is the yearly call-to-action where millions across the world give back to their communities bring meaningful change. Join as we feed our neighbors in need on the Suncoast.
On TUESDAY, December 1, make your gift in support of our leading, local, hunger organizations and your donation, up to $50,000, will be matched dollar-for-dollar by local philanthropists.
As of 7:01 p.m. on Wednesday, Meals on Wheels Plus of Manatee and All Faiths Food Bank in Sarasota report a total of $665,868 on the Suncoast as a whole for Giving Tuesday.
At 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Meals on Wheels PLUS of Manatee reported a total of $196,883 that has been donated, and in Sarasota County, All Faiths Food Bank had a total of $356,924 donated along with a $50,000 match.
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All Faiths Food Bank Receives Support For Vehicles And Veteran Children And Mobile Pantry Programs
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Make A Monetary Donation
Your support helps meet the needs of families in South Sarasota County. Monetary donations are used to purchase food from All Faiths Food Bank and from local grocery stores which includes our frozen meat and margarine.
Make a one-time donation or donate on a recurring basis. You can make a donation to honor someone or a special event, or in memory of a loved one. A special acknowledgement will be sent.
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- Planned GivingInclude the South County Food Pantry in your future plans by naming the Food Pantry as a beneficiary of your estate through your will/bequest, life insurance, charitable trust or retirement plan.
- Amazon SmileSelect South County Food Pantry as your AmazonSmile organization and the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of your eligible Amazon purchases to us. To start supporting us and for more information click on the AmazonSmile logo below.
If memorializing or honoring someone using these Other Ways to Donate, complete the Tribute form so that SCFP may provide an acknowledgement of your gift.
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Th Annual National Association Of Letter Carriers”stamp Out Hunger Food Drive’ Yields Over 80000 Pounds Of Food For Local Residents In
Each year, the National Association of Letter Carriers Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive occurs on the second Saturday in May, benefiting local food banks. The effort is the countrys largest single-day food drive, providing residents with an easy way to donate food to their neighbors in need. In the 30 years since it began, the national food drive has collected about 1.82 billion pounds of food for those struggling to put food on the table.
On Saturday, May 14, while on their mail routes, this areas approximately 150 city carriers and 50 rural carriers collected donations of food that residents placed near their mailboxes. In the afternoon, All Faiths Food Bank staff and volunteers were based at 10 different letter carrier drop-off locations, at the ready to load trucks to take these food donations back to the food bank. At the food bank , additional volunteers and staff sorted and arranged food in the warehouse to help prepare for future distribution.
This year, thanks to generous community members and the areas letter carriers, a gratifying total of 80,210 of food was collected.
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Create A Lasting Legacy
Leave a Legacy with All Faiths Food Bank by including the food bank in your will or estate plans and become a member of our Ending Hunger Society.
In acknowledgment of your commitment to ending hunger in our community, you will be invited to special events and receive an annual Legacy newsletter.
What Vehicle Donors Are Saying
Donors Share Their Experience with Donating a Vehicle:
“I wanted to take a moment to email the two of you to express how easy this process was to donate my car… took the time to answer all my questions, allowed me to contact directly when I had follow-up questions, and even helped me by phone fill out the necessary forms that I needed to complete the transaction with the DMV.” – Monica M.
4669 Murphy Canyon Road, Ste.200
San Diego, CA 92123
All donations will be a charitable benefit to one of thousands of our nonprofit partners and CARS , a 501 nonprofit that provides transportation solutions for seniors.
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All Faiths Food Bank Receives $151000 To Support Backpack Program For Children
The All Faiths Food Bank Backpack Program, which helps families receive access to the food they need to thrive now and throughout the year, recently received $151,000 in grants to support the program.
The support included $25,000 from The Florida Blue Foundation $38,000 from The Stone Foundation $40,000 from The Harry Sudakoff Foundation $40,000 from The Roberta Leventhal Sudakoff Foundation $30,000 from The Bank of America Client Foundation $10,000 from The Harold C. and Jacqueline F. Bladel Foundation and $6,000 from The Cook Family Foundation.
The All Faiths Food Bank Backpack Program provides pre-packed backpacks for weekly distribution to children for weekends and/or holidays when students do not have the benefit of free or reduced-price school meals. The program provides food to children who are living in households that are food insecure.
All Faiths Food Bank is the only food bank and largest hunger relief organization in Sarasota and DeSoto counties. In addition to food distribution, All Faiths Food Bank operates a roster of innovative direct service programs that not only solve the immediate problem of hunger but strive to end hunger by helping families and individuals gain long-term food security, better health outcomes and self-sufficiency. For more information visit allfaithsfoodbank.org.
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All Faiths To Distributethousands Of Turkeys
All Faiths Food Bank will hold a holiday turkey distribution in partnership with The Bay Sarasota on Nov. 19 from 9-11 a.m. at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall, 777 N. Tamiami Trail.
All Faiths’ ThankFULL campaign will enable the food bank to distribute more than 13,000 turkeys and sides this season the largest number ever for a total of 3.6 million free holiday meals. Our annual turkey distribution effort is just one way we endeavor to showcase the spirit of the season and let our neighbors in need know that we care,” All Faiths CEO Sandra Frank said.
Additional distributions will take place at All Faiths mobile pantries as well as through partner locations, including school pantries and youth-serving nonprofits. For more information, visit the Food Finder page at allfaithsfoodbank.org.
The turkey distributions are made possible through individual, foundation and corporate gifts and through the support of the Kathleen K. Catlin Foundation of the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, which has supported the ThankFULL campaign for eight years. To donate, visit allfaithsfoodbank.org.
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Tidewell Foundation Partnersto Provide Thanksgiving Meals
The Tidewell Foundation is connecting with restaurants and caterers Grove, Pier 22 and Mortons Gourmet Market to facilitate meals to local hospice and home health patients and their families on Thanksgiving.
Each donated meal will be ready to heat and serve and will be hand-delivered to Tidewell Hospice patients and their families in time for Thanksgiving dinner. A $32.95 donation will provide one Thanksgiving meal for a local patient and their family.
Visit tidewellfoundation.org to donate meals and learn more about opportunities to help. The deadline to donate is Nov. 21. The deadline to purchase meals through Mortons Gourmet Market is Nov. 17 and the deadline to purchase meals through Grove or Pier 22 is Nov. 22.
All Faiths Food Bank Turkey Distributions Delayed By Nicole
to add postponement of events due to weather.
SARASOTA, Fla. – All Faiths Food Bank has delayed their annual distribution of turkeys and food for the holidays to families in need because of concerns over Tropical Storm Nicole.
The planned Nov. 9 distribution of frozen turkeys and side dishes at Ed Smith Stadium, 2700 12th St., Sarasota, has been pushed back to Thursday, Nov. 17, from 4-6 p.m.
Another turkey distribution will be held in partnership with The Bay Sarasota on Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall from 9-11 a.m.
Through Thanksgiving, additional turkey distributions will take place at several of All Faiths Food Banks mobile pantry sites as well as through numerous partner agency locations, including school pantries and youth-serving nonprofits.
The nonprofit expects to distribute 13,000 turkeys and 3.6 million holiday meals this year.
Proof of Sarasota County residency is required.
To donate to the ThankFULL campaign or to learn where and when to find upcoming food distributions, please visit allfaithsfoodbank.org.
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All Faiths Food Bank Receives $115000 In Donations
ByStaffFebruary 9, 2021
All Faiths Food Bank recently received a total of $115,000 in grants and support for its Backpack and hunger relief programs. The funds came from the following foundations:
$6,000 from The Cook Family Foundation in support of the Backpack program
$30,000 from the Roberta Leventhal Sudakoff Foundation in support of the Backpack program
$40,000 from the Harry Sudakoff Foundation in support of the Backpack program
$10,000 from the Culverhouse Family Foundation in support of hunger relief programs
$29,000 from the Wells Fargo Foundation in support of hunger relief programs
All Faiths’ Backpack program provides children and students with nutritious snacks. It’s hunger relief programs provide food to children, families, seniors and veterans in the community.
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Goodwill Centerstone Unitefor Mental Health Services
In wake of Hurricane Ian, Centerstone, a nonprofit health system offering mental health and substance abuse services, will offer free Disaster Behavioral Health Response services at Goodwill Manasotas Arcadia location in DeSoto County thanks to funding by the Central Florida Behavioral Health Network.
Walk-in services will be available at Goodwill Manasotas Arcadia office, 1701 Oak St., on Wednesdays and Fridays from 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Community members may contact Centerstone at 941-782-4150 to make an appointment.
Storms can worsen the condition of those experiencing disorders such as PTSD, depression and anxiety as well as trigger new illness, Centerstone Trauma Services manager Tari Allan said. We are pleased to have a community partner like Goodwill to provide a safe location for those seeking help.
In addition to mental health, residents with other storm-related issues can call Goodwill’s Community Resource Hotline at 888-230-8820 or text RELIEF to 941-254-5977 to receive information about needs such as roof repair or tarping, removal of fallen trees, mold mitigation, appliance removal, and more. For more information, visit centerstone.org and experiencegoodwill.org.
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Time and time again, we have been heartened by this communitys response when their friends and neighbors are in need, said All Faiths Food Bank CEO Sandra Frank. As the pandemic and worsening economic conditions continue to impact those who were already at-risk for hunger as well as families new to food insecurity we would like to extend our gratitude to those who donated bags of food as well as our communitys letter carriers, who cheerfully went above and beyond to collect the food this year.
For more about All Faiths Food Bank, visit allfaithsfoodbank.org.
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