Farmer profile: Edward & Tendi

Edward and Tendi grew up farming in Zimbabwe. Unfortunately, when they moved to Lansing, they found that their favorite foods from home were unavailable in mid-Michigan. More

The Silent Struggle of Senior Hunger

During the month of May, our partner, Feeding America, recognizes Older Americans Month by drawing attention to senior hunger. When it comes to hunger relief, seniors often get pushed to the background. More

Brad’s Blog: The Lazy Days of Spring

Brad Graham is the Garden Project's garden and gleaning coordinator. This season, we'll be featuring monthly installments of his thoughts and stories from the garden. Enjoy! More

4 reasons to care about Letter Carriers Food Drive

On Saturday, May 10, our biggest food drive of the year will take place, led by the National Association of Letter Carriers. Last year's food drive allowed us to provide 100,000 meals. Unfortunately, the level of need remains high. More

National Volunteer Month

April is National Volunteer Month. To celebrate all of the amazing work our volunteers do, we'd like you to meet Gavin, one of our regulars, and hear his story. More

Food drives vs. fund drives

Holding a food drive is an important way of helping the GLFB fight hunger. However: have you ever considered the impact of a fund drive? More

Don’t turn your back on hunger

Hunger lives in our community. It's in your children's classrooms; it's down the street, in your neighborhood, and behind the counter at your favorite store. More