We are Midwest Food Bank. And ours is a vibrant mission. Deliver relief & hope. Fight Hunger and Feed Hope. Gather and distribute. Bridge the gap. Make a difference in our communities. Create volunteer opportunities. This is our roadmap to “Sharing the Blessings.” Our roadmap to alleviate food insecurity and provide relief in the midst of disaster. Learn More
Midwest Food Bank (MFB), a faith-based, non-denominational nonprofit 501 (c) (3) organization, was started in 2003 when the Kieser family began providing food out of a barn on their family farm. MFB began by serving about 10 food pantries in McLean County, Illinois. Today we serve over 740 organizations across the Midwest & South with 5 warehouse locations. The food given out each month now reachers over 500,000 people. Learn More
Midwest Food Bank is led by a board of directors as well as an advisory board for each location. In addition to the directors, each division is staffed by paid staff as appropriate, and many volunteers. Learn More
Midwest Food Bank (MFB) is not a direct food pantry that serves individuals. Instead, MFB is a food bank, serving as a distribution center to smaller food banks and food pantries. MFB provides food & disaster relief supplies regionally, nationally, and internationally. In this way, we aim to positively impact as many families as possible. Learn More
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At Midwest Food Bank, our pledge is to be effective in our mission of reaching out to those in need by being good stewards of the funds entrusted to us. We are independently audited yearly, and MFB shares the following financial documents and information for public access. Learn More
With the support of our corporate partners, every dollar donated to Midwest Food Bank is leveraged into more food & disaster supplies for those who need it most. We are pleased to have support from corporations that have an interest in our mission. Learn More