Founding Member of GLFB C. Patrick Babcock has Passed

We recently learned that founding member of Greater Lansing Food Bank C. Patrick Babcock has passed. He, along with the rest of our founders, did not hesitate to roll up his sleeves and create what became GLFB. In addition to his work at GLFB, his career included work for the State of Michigan and the More

Media Advisory – Community Garden Tours

MEDIA ADVISORY – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE July 16, 2018 CONTACT: Julie Lehman Garden Project Manager gardenproject@glfoodbank.org 517.853.7809 Greater Lansing Food Bank Invites Community to Tour Local Gardens WHAT: Greater Lansing Food Bank (GLFB)’s Garden Project invites Lansing residents to tour local community gardens. Community members can join walking, biking or bus tour groups to visit More

Three Point Hoops to Help the Hungry

Three Point Hoops to Help the Hungry LANSING, Mich. – Abood Law Firm helped feed the hungry though their sponsorship of the “Beyond The Arc” campaign. For each three point shot made by a Spartan basketball player during a 2017-2018 Michigan State University regular season game, Abood Law Firm donated $25 to Greater Lansing Food More

India Cultural Society Recognized by GLFB for Philanthropic Giving

PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Justin Rumenapp justin@glfoodbank.org 517.853.7818 May 7, 2018 India Cultural Society Recognized by Greater Lansing Food Bank for Philanthropic Giving Greater Lansing Food Bank (GLFB) presented the India Cultural Society (ICS) of Lansing with the 3nd Annual Founders’ Award during the 12th Annual Empty Plate Dinner on May 3, More

New Kroger Initiative Fights Hunger and Food Waste

MEDIA ADVISORY – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Justin Rumenapp Marketing and Communications Coordinator justin@glfoodbank.org LANSING, Mich. – One of Greater Lansing Food Bank’s delivery trucks has a new look thanks to Kroger of Michigan and the Kroger Foundation. The truck’s new design was provided by Kroger’s Zero Hunger/Zero Waste initiative as part of an ongoing More

Fight Hunger. Spark Change. 2018

Walmart and Feeding America Launch “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” Campaign to Combat Hunger in Mid-Michigan LANSING, Mich. (April 2, 2018) – Walmart and Feeding America kicked off the fifth annual nationwide “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” campaign. Until April 30, Walmart is offering four ways that customers can get involved and fight hunger online, in-store and More

Your Support in 2017 Made A Difference

We could not have been there for those in need without you. Your support of GLFB during the past year helped families throughout our region.You helped give food to people like Army Veteran Jim K. who was diagnosed with bone marrow cancer after he returned from service. “It was like restarting life after I got More

GLFB Holiday Hours

GLFB will be closed on: Monday, December 25 Tuesday, December 26 Monday, January 1 Dial 2-1-1 for emergency food assistance. More

India Cultural Society Makes Major Contribution toward Ending Hunger

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 20, 2017 LANSING, Mich. – The India Cultural Society (ICS) donated more than $29,000 to Greater Lansing Food Bank (GLFB) in order to support families facing hunger, a record sum. This year’s donation was made in special memorial honor of ICS member Mr. Jai Jaglan.  The donation was presented during the More

Kroger Hearts to Home Donations

What: Third annual campaign to feed hungry neighbors through local food banks and rescue organizations, including Food Bank of Eastern Michigan, Food Bank of South Central Michigan, Food Gatherers, Forgotten Harvest, Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan and the Greater Lansing Food Bank. When: November 29 through January 27 Who: Kroger shoppers at Michigan More

Holiday Campaign Spotlights Hidden Need

PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Justin Rumenapp Marketing and Communications Coordinator 517.853.7818 justin@glfoodbank.org  Greater Lansing Food Bank Launches Holiday Campaign, Spotlights Hidden Need Hunger isn’t always visible. It may not announce itself with dramatic images. But make no mistake: Hunger is here in our community. In order to help those facing hunger, Greater More

“Empty Bowls” Fundraiser Luncheon to Fill Stomachs of Those In Need

MEDIA ADVISORY – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 11, 2017 Contact: Justin Rumenapp Greater Lansing Food Bank Marketing and Communications Coordinator justin@glfoodbank.org “Empty Bowls” Fundraiser Luncheon to Fill Stomachs of Those In Need Greater Lansing Food Bank and Troppo welcome the community to attend the 27th Annual Empty Bowls luncheon on Friday, October 13 from 11am More