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In order for the Food Bank to thrive, volunteers are needed in many capacities, from making a food donation to donating your time. Read More 

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OUR MISSION  is to feed the hungry by securing and distributing food and grocery products to regional agencies that provide services to the needy, ill, children and elderly in Northeast Tennessee. 

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee works to close the gap on hunger in our eight-county region providing food assistance through charities, faith-based organizations and food bank programs that serve the needy. Assistance is provided in Carter, Greene, Hancock, Hawkins, Johnson, Sullivan, Unicoi and Washington Counties.

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Mobile Food Pantry  Partner Agencies

Food Drives Special Events Volunteers

Headed to Bristol Motor Speedway in two weeks? Join us for a meal packing event on August 21st and you might win a chance to pack meals next to Jeff Gordon! Sign up at the link: http://bit.ly/1mnGeXU  


Food Insecurity Rates in Northeast Tennessee

The information is provided in an interactive map that allows viewers to find out how widespread hunger is in their community. The map can be found at www.feedingamerica.org/mapthegap. Map the Meal Gap is a detailed analysis of food insecurity done by Feeding America and the only study available that provides county–level estimates of food insecurity in the United States. The study shows 14.8 percent of people in Northeast Tennessee are food insecure, including 26,830 children.  Nationally, 15.9% of people are considered food insecure according to the study. In Tennessee 17.1% of people are food insecure, above the national average.

Second Harvest Food Bank of Northeast Tennessee, 1020 Jericho Drive, Kingsport, TN 37663 

Phone: (423)279-0430 Fax: (423)279-0590 email: communityrelations@netfoodbank.org 

Privacy Policy : We respect your privacy. Second Harvest has a long-standing policy of not selling, trading or distributing the names of our donors. Second Harvest is firmly committed to maintaining donor privacy. However, please note that Second Harvest cannot ensure your privacy by other websites linked to this site.

 

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The Food Bank works with partner agencies to distribute food throughout the area. Find an agency near you that can help.

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Privacy Policy:  We respect your privacy. Second Harvest has a long-standing policy of not selling, trading or distributing the names of our donors. Second Harvest is firmly committed to maintaining donor privacy. However, please note that Second Harvest cannot ensure your privacy by other websites linked to this site.