Feeding America West Michigan exists to ensure safe food is available to the hungry in our community. Each year, we serve an estimated 492,100 people in West Michigan and the Upper Peninsula.
‘Now I’m one of them’: Michigan Teacher Survives Homelessness
Dana Knight had an education, a good job, and a loving family. But when she lost her home, she suddenly found herself out on the street during one of the coldest months of the year.
Find out how Feeding America West Michigan together with a local homeless shelter, Degage Ministries, helped her survive homelessness with her health and her dignity intact.
Conquering chronic illness through diet at Streams of Hope
Feeding America West Michigan agency Streams of Hope is helping clients manage their chronic illnesses through exercise, nutrition, and encouragement. Learn more about the Nutritional Options for Wellness program at accessofwestmichigan.org.
Catch up on all the latest Food Bank news in the Winter 2014/15 issue of the Full Plate Press.
Leave a Legacy: Full Plates Forever Society
One of the most important ways you can fight hunger is not by writing a check, but by making a decision.
Planned giving can empower you to give more than you ever thought possible, providing for your family’s security while securing your own legacy.
Find a strategy that makes sense for you.