Hunger Free Summer

25,000 children in our area struggle with summer hunger. Please help us help them.


Visit these partners in our efforts to fight hunger in the Big Bend. Stop by any food drive site to deliver your gifts of non-perishable food or contributions.

A Full Summer

Summer Fill-A-Truck

New Leaf Owner Appreciation Weekend

WTXL Shred-It and Forget It

Glass Luncheon at Los Robles




Year Round Drop-off Sites

SuperLube  (Leon and Gadsden County. Hours may vary by location)

Goodwill  (Leon and Gadsden County. Hours may vary by location)

Second Harvest Warehouse (8AM to 5PM M-F)


Food Drive Drop-Off Locations

First Florida Credit Union (Leon County. Lobby hours may vary by location)


According to Franklin County Emergency Management, the most effective way to help the families affected by the Eastpoint fire is through cash donations to the Franklin's Promise Coalition, a registered non-profit serving those in need. Donations can be made online by clicking HERE .

While monetary donations continue to be the best way to help, Second Harvest and its partners are currently collecting non-perishable, READY TO EAT, food donations and other disaster supplies at the following Tallahassee locations:

-Publix (any Tallahassee location)

-Super-Lube (any Tallahassee location)

-Dave’s Pizza Garage (2887 Kerry Forest Pkwy)

-New Leaf Market (1235 Apalachee Pkwy)

-Sharky's Lounge (2810-4 Sharer Rd)

-Second Harvest of the Big Bend warehouse (4446 Entrepot Blvd)

Any donation is greatly appreciated and will help those affected by the Eastpoint fire start the road to recovery.


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Click here to donate funds. With one dollar we can provide four meals.


Click here for information on holding a food and funds drive.


Click here to see where you can drop off non-perishable food donations.