Peachtree City, GA

History

 

Midwest Food Bank - Georgia Division

 

Midwest Food Bank (MFB), a faith-based, non-denominational nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, was started in 2003 when the Kieser family began providing food out of a machine shed on their family farm.  MFB began by serving about 10 food pantries in McLean County, Illinois. Today, we serve over 1,100 organizations across the Midwest & Southeast. The food given out each month now reaches nearly one million people.

 

Midwest Food Bank - Georgia Division’s opened in October 2011.  During this first month, we distributed over 550 cases of food to nine local nonprofit organizations. We are now serving over 290 nonprofit organizations and distributing more than 30,000 cases per month.  These agencies are located in 44 different counties throughout 4 states.  Unfortunately we have over 50 organizations on our ever-growing waiting list.  With more funding, we can serve more organizations.

 

Below is a map showing the counties with agencies served by the Peachtree City division, as well as a map showing all of the locations and service areas of Midwest Food bank.

 


 

 

 

 

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