If your income has fallen, you may be wondering how to get food in Birmingham. We put together a guide to local food pantries that can help during this unprecedented time, and we’ve got details on The Great Grocery Giveback for anyone who’s been furloughed or laid off due to COVID-19.Continue reading “Hungry? These food pantries in Birmingham + The Great Grocery Giveback can help”
Hunger and need never take a holiday. Our efforts to offer a hand up – whether through food, monetary resources, transportation, housing, a hot meal – are always needed.Rev. Melissa Self Patrick, East Lake United Methodist Church + Woodlawn United Methodist Church
If you’re wanting to make a difference in someone else’s life this Thanksgiving, you’ve got plenty of opportunities to do so right here in Birmingham. You can help stock area food pantries, be part of a Friendsgiving, or move your body at a Turkey Trot.Continue reading “3 Ways You Can Make a Difference in Birmingham This Thanksgiving”
UAB has been making strides to support students and faculty alike to battle food insecurity on campus. Their newest accomplishment entails opening an on-campus food bank.
With over 19,000 students, you should not be surprised to hear that 20% of UAB students might not know when there next meal will be. Thanks to the Student Advocacy, Rights and Conduct staff those same students will no longer have to worry.