Imagine
A Hunger-Free Tampa Bay

A young girl with a bag of apples

Hunger-free (adj.)
a community in which any individual or family can thrive through access to healthy food and/or the development of financial self-sufficiency.

More than 1M neighbors
in need
68% are new to
food assistance
85M+ meals served
last year alone
A volunteer unloading groceries

There's enough food. But, not enough space to provide access for all.

Every day, families in our region go hungry while thousands of pounds of food are turned away or lost because of the limitations of our facility. In fact, there is more than enough food available to end hunger in our region — if we can get the food to the families who need it.

A man carrying a box of groceries

We are closer than ever to a hunger-free Tampa Bay.

When we end hunger by providing access to food, we create the psychological space for these families to focus on improving their economic condition. Yet, this is a problem that has a very straight-forward, cost-effective solution.

A volunteer loading groceries

Imagine
a Hub of Opportunity

A purpose-built facility will increase capacity to close the meal gap and connect people to the resources that enable self-sufficiency. This hub of opportunity will be a place where possibility comes to life, where our volunteers are engaged and empowered, where families can shop in a neighborhood grocery store and where dignity is served daily.

Imagine
the Capacity to End Hunger

Feeding Tampa Bay has launched a bold $39 million campaign to build the facility that will fuel a hunger-free community. Through this facility, we will have the capacity to meet the entirety of demand for food in our 10-county region.

Rendering of the new Feeding Tampa Bay facility

New Facility Outcomes

2x More fresh
produce
75M Additional
meals
Greater
accessibility
25% Approx. cost
per meal
reduction
70% More volunteer
capacity
Increased
cold
storage

Imagine
Your Place in the Solution

We need your help. Your investment in this facility will change lives. Not only will it create the capacity to serve our community’s increased and growing need for food, but it will also nourish healthier, more capable people.

Schedule a meeting with Kelley Sims to learn more about making this vision a reality:

Capital Campaign Committee

Co-Chairs

Committee

Feeding Tampa Bay