A Hunger-Free Tampa Bay

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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.

Plenty of Food. But Not Enough Space.

In order to accept all the food we are given, we must expand our facility.

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There is more than enough food available to end hunger, but we lack the space to ensure access for all.

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Our new facility will deliver 2x more fresh produce and perishable goods and reduce the cost per meal by up to 25%.

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To enable self-sufficiency, our new home will help us expand our programs and boost community collaboration.

a Hub of Opportunity

Our purpose-built facility will help close the meal gap and connect people, like Julie, to 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 Making an Exponential Impact

Donors are coming together and helping make our new home possible. By living their values and championing the health of our region, these families and individuals are helping accelerate our growth while expanding the possibilities for people in our community.

Ending Hunger

Every day, generous donors like you help us get closer to our bold fundraising goal of nearly $60 million. Donate today and you will ensure individuals, families, and seniors across our 10-county region have access to the food and resources they need to thrive.

Rendering of the new Feeding Tampa Bay facility

New Facility Outcomes

2x More fresh
75M Additional
each year
25% Approx. cost
per meal
70% More volunteer
75% Increase in
cold food

Being Part Of The Solution

Your investment in this facility will change lives. Donate today to usher in a brighter, healthier future for our community.

You can make a lasting impact and name a space in our new home.

To learn more, email Ashley Ehrman Wickham at

We can build a future without hunger when we stand together.

We are grateful for all our donors who have generously donated at the leadership level, helping bring our new home to life.

  • John & Sheila Auer
  • Milkey Family Foundation
  • Hillsborough County
  • Tara & David Ruberg
  • Jabil
  • Vinik Family Foundation
  • City of Tampa
  • Gary & Melody Johnson
  • Spurlino Foundation
  • Florida Blue
  • Sea Grape Foundation
  • Suncoast Credit Union

We are grateful for everyone who has served on our capital campaign committee and helped launch this bold, uniting effort. Get to know these generous supporters here.

Imagine the Future You've Helped Build

Our facility will be the largest social services project in our region. See how we made history and broke ground on our new home.

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