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Every dollar you donate enables Kiski Valley Food Bank to collect and distribute more precious food through its food distribution program.

You can donate by phone, send a donation via U.S. mail, or donate securely online.


Thank you for helping Kiski Valley Food Bank eliminate hunger ... because no one should go hungry.

Thank You!

Please join the Kiski Valley Food Bank to patronize and extend appreciation to these contributing businesses, vendors and organizations:

Residents of:
Allegheny Twp
Apollo
East Vandergrift
Leechburg
North Apollo
Vandergrift
Washington Twp
West Leechburg
West Vandergrift


Naser Foods
Naser Foods, Apollo


Clark Candies
Clark Candies, Tarentum


Community Supermarket & its employees,
Lower Burrell


G and G Restaurant,

Vandergrift



Byers Taxi and Busing

Vandergrift


Held's Shop 'N Save
North Apollo



King's Family Restaurant,
Hyde Park



Grace Community Church
Grace Community Church, Vandergrift Heights

View complete contributors list here.

About KVFB

The Kiski Valley Food Bank, based in Vandergrift, serves the Kiski Valley region just 30 minutes northeast of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, covering portions of Westmoreland, Armstrong and Indiana Counties. These communities include the Boroughs of Apollo, Avonmore, East Vandergrift, Hyde Park, Leechburg, North Apollo, Oklahoma, Vandergrift, and, West Leechburg; and, the Townships of Allegheny, Bell, Gilpin, Kiskiminetas, Parks, Upper Burrell (partial), and, Washington. These also include communities within Townships, such as Bagdad, Bell Point, Brownstown, Dime, Edmon, Forks Church, Garvers Ferry, Gosser Hill, Kepple Hill, Kiskimere, Mamont, Maysville, Metcalf, McKean, North Washington, North Vandergrift, Orchard Hills, Perryville, Poke Run, Riverview, Salina, Schenley, Shady Plain, Spring Church, Tinsmill, Truxall, and others.

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GIRL SCOUTS MAKING A DIFFERENCE
IN OUR COMMUNITY
News, December 2016

Girl Scout Troop 2669 Brownies, Leaders and Parents Although we hear bad news every day on TV, newspapers and other media, there are many more stories about people making a difference in their communities. Girl Scout Troop 2669 is one of those good stories.

The Troop Brownies held a food drive that contributed 136 lbs. of groceries to the Food Bank.

Delivering the groceries was not all that took place. The Brownies with their parents and Troop leaders went the extra mile by helping the Food Bank volunteers process the groceries. They formed six teams and assigned different tasks.

Starting with unloading the groceries, they formed a human chain passing the bags to each other. Another team weighed each bag and recorded it. A third team formed another chain to send the groceries to the second floor. At that point, another team unpacked grocery bags and put food items on a table for yet another team to check expiration dates. A sixth team sorted the food by food category and placed the items on the shelves. The entire task took only a half hour to complete!

Girl Scout Troop 2669 went above and beyond collecting food by volunteering to sort and store these groceries. In the process, they saved our volunteers 5-6 hours of work. What is more important is the character that is molded in the lives of the girls in this Troop. The leaders and parents are imparting what it means to be kind by carrying out good acts that help our needy neighbors. No one should go without food. Girl Scout Troop 2669 took a big step in their donation and labor of love to help their neighbors.

Kiski Valley Food Bank sends a big shout out to Girl Scout Troop 2669 Brownies and their parents! And thank you Troop Leader Lindsey Katora-Pityk and Co-Leader Erin Hubbard for your investment! Girl Scout Troop 2669 meets Tuesdays at Kiski Area High School. You are welcome to visit and learn more about this great Troop.

Clair Insurance Fund Raiser
To Help Kiski Valley Food Bank
News, November 2016

Clair Insurance AgencyApollo's Clair Insurance Agency is conducting an annual Nationwide Insurance Food Drive event for the Kiski Valley Food Bank during November. The event, Quotes for a Cause, will donate $5.00 for every auto insurance quote in November. Ask for a quote by either calling the agency at 724-478-3262 or visit their offices at 114 N. Plaza in Apollo, or 21 Towne Centre Drive (Century 21 Building) in Allegheny Township. Quotes are free and without obligation. Your quote directly benefits Kiski Valley Food Bank, an all-volunteer community organization that serving 9 boroughs and 7 townships with approximately 50,000 people in the Kiski Valley. Be sure to call the above phone number for your free quote this November.



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Ways You Can Help...

Local families are blessed by any gift you give. At any given time, there are families here who need your help.
  • Donate food
  • Give online by clicking the "Donate" button in the left column, or
  • Calling us at 1 - 724 -610 - 2037, or
  • Mail a contribution to us at Kiski Valley Food Bank, P.O. Box 178, Vandergrift, PA 15690, or
  • Take action in other ways

All donations are tax-deductible. Thank-you for your consideration. You are helping families right here in our area weather this recession.



MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Food
Opportunities To Give

Sometimes just giving opportunity makes a difference.
Ryan Sprankle and his brother Doug did just that...
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TRUE STORIES

Volunteers
Distributing food parcels to needy families and individuals aids in times of crisis and adds to the lives of our volunteers and contributors.
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VOLUNTEERING

Volunteers are hard at work preparing food parcels for distribution. Consider volunteering as an individual, a group, a family, a business, a club or an organization.
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NEWS and EVENTS

Be sure to check out our latest newsletter! It is full of great recipes and food advice---and it's free!
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Please help families here in the Kiski Valley this May by donating now.
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KV Food Bank
NOW IN OUR 9TH YEAR! Since opening our doors in early 2008 the Kiski Valley Food Bank has more than quintupled the number of families served by our monthly service. Demand for food for the needy continues to grow. Please help us feed local families during this critical time.
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Please check here often to locate your upcoming Kiski Valley Food Bank food drives and fundraisers.