Capital Campaign Meets Goal!
Through the extraordinary generosity and vital commitments provided by members of our community, CCFB's campaign to raise $4.2 million for the construction of a new 22,000 sq. ft. central warehouse and distribution facility to serve Clark County and SW Washington has been a tremendous success. Continue »
THE FACES OF HUNGER
- Households with children are the largest demographic group accessing emergency food boxes.
- The average number of EFB's distributed monthly in Clark County has increased from 9500 to 10,100 and 39% of those receiving hunger relief from this source are children.
Employees of CCFB actively and positively enhance the lives of people in our community who suffer the effects of hunger and food insecurity. Are you interested in a challenging new career?
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Becoming a Hunger Hero means that you are choosing to make an investment each month into our community, to make it a better place for all, and to alleviate hunger and its root causes. Hunger Hero's make a regular committment to fighting hunger and are some of our most crucial donors as they are giving donations each month that range from $5 - $100, every amount helps and every dollar is important. Join us and become a Hunger Hero today!
Check out some of our upcoming events this Summer and join us! We love seeing new faces. Know that any event we are a part of direclty aligns with our mission to alleviate hunger and its root causes in Clark County. Big thanks to our sponsors and partners for helping us be a part of so many awesome events!
Hunger in Clark County:
The United States Department of Agriculture defines hunger as "a circumstance where an individual goes without food for an intermittent or extended period of time." Perhaps of equal or even greater importance however, is another term describing hunger, the phrase "food insecurity." Food insecurity "is a condition where a family cannot be certain of satisfying...
The numbers of homeless children in the United States now hovers around 16 million as families reel from the reality of lost jobs and home foreclosures, according to a CBS 60 Minutes report, Hard Times Generation: Homeless Kids.
It is estimated that 25% of all children will be growing up in poverty, the largest American generation to be raised in hard times since the Great Depression.
Poverty is real. It's at our front door.