1 in 4 children on the peninsula is considered food insecure (that means they don’t always know where their next meal is coming from) and a growing number of our senior citizens on low fixed incomes struggle to afford both housing and food. What would you do in this situation?
The generosity of the St. Petersburg community blows us away. Partners in Safe Harbor have been especially generous, stepping up to provide food for people in need, more than we would have imagined was possible because they were willing to think outside of the box.
In addition to taking 1,500 meals a day to Safe Harbor emergency homeless shelter in Clearwater, we provide breakfast, lunch and dinner for families and low-income seniors struggling to make ends meet.
The Latest On Our Work In Pinellas County
Our work in Pinellas County grows every day. We’re recruiting new partners, exploring new ways to help people, and still doing the basics: feeding people. Check back here for the latest:
When Francis* hears the words Biggest Food Drive Ever, do you know what she thinks about?Read more
Zach Bonner, is taking on the Guinness Book of World Records to coordinate the World’s Largest Food Drive: Food for A Million. Which will mean a million pounds of food, for a million needy people in the Tampa Bay area and surrounding counties.
Partnering with Metropolitan Ministries and Feeding America Tampa Bay, the 1 million pounds of food will be distributed throughout a ten country area serviced by both non-profits.Read more
Services In Pinellas County
We provide comprehensive services to Pinellas County at our main campus in downtown Tampa. We also work through numerous partners to ensure that we can help as many people as possible.
Get Involved in Your Community.
We count on Pinellas County residents to help neighbors who are struggling with homelessness and hunger. We’d like to challenge you to get involved — there’s something for everyone to do here:
- Give: You can provide a meal and hope for a hungry man, woman or child for just $1.76!
- Become a partner: We’re always looking for community partners to help us serve and take meals to hungry people.
- Donate food: Your food donations help keep the cost of providing a meal low. Here’s where you can bring nonperishable food items.
- Host a drive: You can get your school, coworkers, neighbors and friends involved in fighting hunger in Pinellas County.