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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!
May 2016

Please join the Kiski Valley Food Bank to patronize and extend appreciation to these contributing businesses, vendors and organizations for the month of May 2016:

Residents of:
West Leechburg

Naser Foods
Naser Foods, Apollo

Clark Candies
Clark Candies, Tarentum

Community Supermarket & its employees,
Lower Burrell

G and G Restaurant,


Byers Taxi and Busing


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.

Making a Difference

Kiski Area and Burrell High School Students Go To The Mat For Food Bank

Kiski and Burrell high school students recently teamed up and went to the mat to help pin hunger for area families in need at the annual Burrell-Kiski wrestling match. The event, held earlier this year at Kiski Area, featured not only one challenge between the schools, but also another contest. The two schools' wrestling teams--always powerhouses--faced each other in what is an exciting contest everytime. And students and principals from each school competed to see who could bring the most food to help Kiski Valley Food Bank. Together, they donated several hundred cans of food. What a blessing for KVFB!

Kiski Valley Food Bank volunteer Sarah McDermott stands next to some of the food that was collected. She pulled the food drive together.

Thank you, Kiski Area and Burrell High School students, for the cans of food and the donation. And a special thank you to principals at both schools who promoted the food drive and motivated their students.

You can help local families and individuals when you take action to contribute in some way to the Kiski Valley Food Bank.


Local Grocer Making a Difference in His Community.


Bill Naser owner of Naser Foods of Apollo has teamed with his food vendors to collect food for the Kiski Valley Food Bank. His vendor program and his commitment to the needy families and individuals who are served by the Kiski Valley Food Bank resulted in a dramatic increase of food contributions for the month of February 2009.

Take action today to help local families and individuals. Consider contributing to the Kiski Valley Food Bank.


Food In The Pipeline

A special "thank you" to the employees of the local facility of Dominion People's Gas. Recently two employees came across a Kiski Valley Food Bank food drive flyers. Together with more of their coworkers they decided to put together a parcel of groceries for needy families in our area. A week later, a Dominion People's Gas facility employee brought several bags and boxes of food to the Kiski Valley Food Bank. The food that the Dominion People's Gas employees put into the food distribution pipeline helped feed several families.

Take action today to help local families and individuals. Consider contributing to the Kiski Valley Food Bank.


More true stories of businesses and individuals who are making a difference coming soon!.