New Hampshire Food Bank
Working together we can solve hunger
• Identify the infrastructure of food flow in our state to maximize our recovery and distribution.
• Further collaborate and advocate with community and statewide partners to pursue community-based solutions for statewide food security.
• Deepen our partnerships with our agencies to promote and educate for better health and nutrition for our clients.
• Source and distribute more nutrient-dense produce and protein to positively impact the health of our food insecure.
• Continue to expand statewide SNAP (Food Stamp Program) outreach to working families with children and seniors.
• Expand the distribution of Granite State Market Match to 50+ direct-to-consumer venues and distribute over $70,000 in nutrition incentives for fruits and vegetables.
• Increase the number of rural, child summer feeding programs to reach more children in need when they are out of their school lunch program.
• Secure a new, refrigerated truck to increase deliveries statewide.
For event and sponsorship opportunities, please visit our website at nhfoodbank.org.
- Become a Member of our Freedom from Hunger Club
The New Hampshire Food Bank’s Freedom from Hunger Club is our monthly giving club for donors. Becoming a member of our Freedom from Hunger Club allows you to spread your gift through a monthly donation.
- Host a Virtual Food Drive
The Food Bank can stretch your dollars through a Virtual Food Drive. We buy wholesale, saving you the expense of mark-up. In many cases, we can buy over three times as much as you can at the grocery store for the same money! With the Virtual Food Drive, you can be assured that the Food Bank gets exactly the food items that are needed most.
- Donate Online
Make a secure online donation anytime through our website at nhfoodbank.org.
- Donate by Mail
Send checks payable to: New Hampshire Food Bank, 700 East Industrial Park Drive, Manchester, NH 03109
- Donate Food
The New Hampshire Food Bank accepts food donations onsite. If you would like to make a food donation, please call 603-669-9725 to schedule an appointment.
We owe our continuing success to the thousands of corporations, foundations, donors, volunteers and agencies involved in sustaining our organization. By engaging in volunteer service at the New Hampshire Food Bank, you or your company can play a valuable, socially responsible role in strengthening your community and helping those who are hungry. We have ongoing needs for a variety of volunteer opportunities.
Advisory Committee Members
- John Dumais
New Hampshire Grocers Association
- Arthur Sullivan
Brady Sullivan Properties
- Lisa Drake, Stonyfield
- Todd C. Fahey, AARP
- Ed Gallagher, Comcast
- Robert Gossett
- Chris Grenier, Citizens Bank
- Pauline Ikawa
- Judy Kurisko Leclerc
St. Mary’s Bank
- Michael C. McLean
McLane Middleton, P.A.
- Carl Provencher, Hannaford
- Patricia R. Shuster
St. Anselm College
- Abby Tucker
Wadleigh, Starr & Peters, PLLC
- Joanne Ward
Former NH House of Representatives Rockingham County, District 19
- Michael Wirtanen