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Pacers, City of Indianapolis, multiple community partners unveil Drive & Dish to combat food insecurity

Drive & Dish, an initiative funded initially by Pacers head coach Rick Carlisle, will provide nourishing fruits and vegetables to needy families in the...

Volunteers needed to feed hungry Hoosiers during 13th annual Million Meal Marathon

Community organizations, families and individuals are invited to hand package the organization’s nutritious rice casserole for Indiana’s hungry. The Million Meal Marathon unites the community...

Pouring into their own community: The making of Indy Fresh Market

The doors of Indy Fresh Market opened Sept. 27 at 7 a.m., welcoming the Indianapolis community and more. With no supermarket for miles in...

Indy Do Day 2023: A day of service for the Indianapolis community

Indy Do Day is a community-wide day of service held on the last Saturday of September. It is a day for people of all...

Parent company of Olive Garden donates new refrigerated truck to Gleaners

Darden Restaurants is donating 10 more refrigerated trucks to food banks across the United States. One of those food banks is Gleaners Food Bank...

Look for new mobile pantry around the city

Healthy and nutritious food can be major determining factors in chronic illnesses such as heart disease, diabetes, and cancer affecting many Americans. According to...

Fighting food insecurity one egg at a time

An Indianapolis nonprofit is helping to fight food insecurity by connecting food banks with fresh, nutritious proteins. What started as two people driving a...

Feeding Indy: Free food distributions around the city

Free food was being passed out at the HealthNet located at 2855 N. Keystone Ave. last Wednesday. The distribution was part of the city’s effort to tackle hunger within neighborhoods classified as food deserts.

Local farm works to end food deserts

Since its inception in 2016, Flanner Farms has worked to end food deserts on the Northwest side of the city, and nearly seven years...

Record label joins local partners to feed Hoosier families

Atlanta-based record label Quality Control Music and the recently-formed Betty Brooks Foundation have partnered with Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) and Growing Places Indy to...
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