An estimated one in six Hoosiers are food insecure.
Lt. Gov. Suzanne Crouch made a trip to Bloomington’s Hoosier Hills Food Bank Friday.
The website allows truckers hauling loads of food rejected by grocers or distributors to find food banks where they can donate that freight.
Due to a large number of fresh produce donations the bank had nearly 70,000 pounds of food Friday morning, about 50,000 more than their typical supply.
Hungry students at Indiana University won't have to wonder where their next meal will come from.
Low turnout due to stormy weather could mean fewer funds for restaurants and food banks that benefit from the event.
The food bank will distribute the eggs to local food pantries and soup kitchens in the area.
Residents of Howard County say $50,000 would make up for a grant they thought they had won from Walmart.
Monroe County's Hoosier Hills Food Bank receives a large donation.
Jackson County Community Provisions has been out of compliance with TEFAP regulations because volunteers invite those receiving aid to pray.