Over the last six months, lives of countless Arkansans have been affected by COVID-19. Businesses have closed their doors and thousands have lost their jobs and their income. Communities across the state have seen a dramatic shift in the demand for resources, with one of the most critical being food. Food banks across Arkansas are meeting increased needs of today while preparing for continued challenges in the weeks and months to come to ensure those affected have access to the food they need.
Thank you for wanting to help feed the hungry!
This site exists to help connect you with the hunger relief efforts happening right in your community, whether you are wanting to make a donation, volunteer your time or donate food there is a place for you to help us in the fight against hunger.
There are six food banks in Arkansas who provide food to all of our 75 counties. These food banks serve as distribution sites for millions of pounds of food and other relief items that go out into the regions they serve each year. These millions of pounds of food are distributed to individuals and families in need by local food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters and other non-profit organizations that feed the hungry. To learn more about the work happening in your community just hover over your county on the map and it will link you to the food bank that serves your area.