- A 379% increase in the number of people who come to the Food Bank for emergency food assistance.
- 15% of the 300 LCFB partner agencies and food pantries that deliver food directly to clients are closed, creating fewer locations for those in need to find food.
- A 43% increase in new clients at LCFB agency partners and food pantries.
- The distribution of more than 12,000 disaster food boxes.
- The distribution of more than 13,000 BackPacks to children who depend on free school breakfast and lunch meals that are not currently available because of school closures.
- A 200% increase on the “Find Help” LCFB web page that provides an agency or food pantry location near a person’s home.
To donate to COVID-19 food relief efforts, visit a participating media company website or https://www.
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