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10 lb Anchor House Food Bank - Beef Donation
Deposits open April 1st
FREE shipping East of the Mississippi
Quantity must be 1 or more
It has now never been easier to make a donation to the Anchor House Food Bank. Just place your Beef donation here on the website, and Family Traditions will deliver it on your behalf. We are offering this Beef at a huge discount, and we will also be matching 15% of all our customers donations!
How it works:
1. Just place your Beef donation order, in 10lb increments, here on the website.
2. We will deliver your donation ASAP.
3. The Anchor House will provide you with a receipt of your donation for your records.
About the Anchor House
Anchor House’s mission is: "Investing into families and individuals through housing and resources, while fighting hunger in our community." Anchor House has been focused on meeting the immediate needs of our community members who are experiencing food insecurity or homelessness through our two shelters and food pantry. They help meet the most basic needs, like shelter and food, and create the stability necessary to engage our clients to imagine the pathway they need out of crisis and into a future where they are thriving instead of surviving. Our mission is and has always been about addressing the barriers to long-term success and independence, while reinforcing each individuals' inherent dignity and self-worth, by providing the logistical supports necessary to become self-sufficient
You provide Southern Indiana families in need with the highest quality, most nutritious, locally raised beef.
Meat and proteins are the
MOST NEEED, BUT LEAST DONATED ITEM
to the Anchor House. You are helping fill that void.
Our vacuum sealed frozen packages make it easy for the Anchor House to store and delivery as needed.
Congrats! You are changing the face of hunger in Southern Indiana by choosing to donate this box (or boxes) of bulk beef to the Anchor House Food Bank to feed the hungry men, women, and children of Southern Indiana!
Food Insecurity During the Pandemic
Hunger exists in every corner of Indiana, and it affects people from all walks of life. Feeding America estimates that food insecurity in the USA has increased by nearly 20% due to the pandemic. That means 1 in 8 people—almost 700,000 of our neighbors, including nearly 185,000 children—is unable to access the food they need, an increase from 1 in 10 in 2019.
Hundreds of thousands of children and families living in the USA face hunger and food insecurity every day.
The pandemic has most impacted families that were already facing hunger or one paycheck away from facing hunger.
Households with children are more likely to experience food insecurity.
Every community in our state is home to families who face hunger, including rural and suburban communities.
Many households that experience food insecurity do not qualify for federal nutrition programs and need to rely on their local food banks, like the Anchor House for support.
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