- Prevent Hunger
- Boost local businesses
- Lift people out of poverty
Keep food on the table when recovering from natural disasters Move fresh food from farmers to kitchens
DHR Offering SNAP Replacement Benefits to Six Counties Following Jan. 12 Storms, Tornadoes
Eligible SNAP recipients in Autauga, Chambers, Coosa, Dallas, Elmore and Tallapoosa counties can request replacement benefits by visiting their local DHR offices by Thursday, Feb. 2. Location and contact information for DHR county offices is available at dhr.alabama.gov/county-office-
Small Business Owner
Frequently Asked Questions
Learn How We Fight Hunger
What does Feeding Alabama do?
Feeding Alabama works to support our membership through:
- advocacy and education efforts that raise awareness of the food bank network and their hunger-relief work in our state
- programmatic work that assists in connecting children and families with food
- fundraising support that aids our membership in better serving our neighbors in need
How can I help Feeding Alabama?
Help Feeding Alabama by donating, volunteering, and becoming an advocate against hunger. Donated food is always welcome, however, money goes much further. By leveraging the network of Feeding Alabama food banks, we can fight hunger one donation at a time.
Volunteer opportunities are available at our member food banks warehouses and offices. For more information, visit the volunteer section of our website.
Become an advocate and speak out against hunger by signing up for our action alerts and newsletter.
Who are your members?
Feeding Alabama is comprised of the eight Feeding America affiliated food banks in Alabama.
How can my business partner with Feeding Alabama?
As a partner, your business has the opportunity to host a fundraiser, donate, or volunteer.
Join the Fight!
You can choose to donate or advocate. You can choose to volunteer or raise awareness. You have a choice. Choose to end hunger. Take action to help end hunger in Alabama.