Help us fight hunger and make a difference for families throughout the 42 counties we serve. Every donation, no matter the amount, helps us help those in need. *Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland does not sell or share your information with third parties*
Donation Recognition Program
Faithful Partners Society This includes individual donors who have given 12+ donations in one fiscal year (July 1-June 30)
Golden Partners Society This includes individual donors who have given $1,000+ in one calendar year.
Community Endowment Fund
As part of our long-term development plan, we are committed to growing our endowment fund at the Central Kentucky Community Foundation. Ask us about how your gift can make a forever difference for Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland.
Ways To Donate
Mail your donation to:
Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland P.O. Box 821 Elizabethtown, KY 42702
We rely on donated food, and local food drives sponsored by businesses, schools and other organizations are an integral part. Traditional food drives, such as collecting canned foods and non-perishable foods, are always welcome. Fund drives are also a great way to raise money and awareness for our organization – for every $1 donated, 8 meals can be purchased through our collective purchasing system. Your dollar will stretch even further for those in need through a fund drive.
*Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland does not sell or share your information with third parties*
Volunteers are our most treasured resource at Feeding America, Kentucky’s Heartland. Each year, volunteers donate their time sorting food, packing bags for our BackPack Program, and in other ways. In 2018, more than 20,000 volunteer hours were donated. That’s like having almost ten more full-time employees, and it ensures the efficiency of our food bank’s distribution process.
We know flexibility helps make our Volunteer Center successful. We understand that it isn’t always easy to schedule volunteer time in advance, so walk-ins are always welcome. However, groups of six or more must call ahead so we can schedule your visit when there’s plenty of food sorting, packing, and other tasks to complete.
Volunteers need to be at least 5 years old. Volunteers must be 16 years old to work without a parent or guardian.
There are also volunteer opportunities available with our partner agencies across the region. If you are interested in learning more about these opportunities in your local area, please contact our main office at 270-769-6997.
Volunteers – individuals and groups – are recognized and rewarded based on how many hours they have volunteered. These hours are calculated on an ongoing basis and are measured from the first day they volunteered until the present.