News and Community Voices
Every day, Food Bank for the Heartland works with community leaders, donors, volunteers, and Network Partners to create a healthier Heartland. Learn more about the latest developments in the fight against hunger and the work being done to help our neighbors in need.
A Nebraska mom is taking her personal message to lawmakers in D.C., hoping to create change for Heartland neighbors facing hunger.
This September, the Food Bank is hoping to inspire the community to join the fight against hunger and help neighbors in need.
A Grand Island mobile pantry hosted by a local church works with the Food Bank to distribute food to neighbors in need throughout their community.
Blackberry Brian is walking across the country to advocate for food security. Learn more about his visit to Omaha when he stopped at Food Bank for the Heartland.
The owners of Rocco’s Pizza & Cantina are fighting hunger across the country and here in the Heartland—one Jell-O shot at a time. Find out how much they helped raise for Food Bank for the Heartland.
Current & Upcoming Events
The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the issue of food insecurity across the country. This conference on Oct. 6 brings together national and local leaders to discuss how the pandemic changed the way people think about hunger and food insecurity, and how to best increase awareness and community engagement moving forward.
Omaha Flea Market Partnering with the Food Bank to collect Food Donations during Hunger Action Month
Head to the Omaha Flea Market all September to shop and drop off your non-perishable food donations for Hunger Action Month.