Help With Food Insecurity

November 21, 2019

From working parents and children to college students, seniors and those with disabilities, more than 400,000 Connecticut residents struggle to afford food.

Organizations like the CT Food Bank and Foodshare, and local food pantries rely on donations and volunteers to fight hunger in our state.

If you would like to make a food donation or volunteer, click here to find a food pantry near you.

Not sure what to donate? Click here for a list of healthy items.

Some food pantries also take monetary donations – call the pantry you wish to donate to for more information.

You can also make a difference by organizing a food drive. Find out how by clicking here.

If you or someone you know is struggling with food insecurity, resources are available here. For assistance with heating, health care, legal assistance, and more, please click here.