We could not do what we do without each and everyone of you!
From the bottom of our hearts,
Fellow Knox Countians,
In a year where we all have suffered from inflation and higher costs, your generosity and kindness of spirit once again define what makes Knox County so special! From the young to the 'more mature’, you provided the example of how a community CAN come together in support of the greater good, helping those who worry about where to find their next meal or provide for themselves and their families.
Because of you, Interchurch Social Services, The Salvation Army, and at least 25 food initiatives and programs around the county will receive funding in 2023, earmarked to fight food insecurity and provide much-needed financial assistance.
We cannot begin to calculate the lives that have been touched by generations of Knox County residents through Food For The Hungry and the almost 6 million dollars YOU have shared with your neighbors. Thank you for 41 years of support and the trust you place in us!
Food For The Hungry Board Executive Committee: Austin Swallow, Interim President, John Feltman, Vice President, Jacob Doup, Treasurer, Samantha Scoles, Immediate Past President, and Marcy Rinehart, Broadcast Committee Chair; Lisa Mazzari, FFTH Executive Director, Katelynn Mast and Olivia Greenich Stern, Marketing Directors.