Hormel Foods Donation Helps Fight Hunger in Little Rock

From Left, Rod Davenport, Sarah Riffle (Arkansas Foodbank), Roger Vos, Terese Jackson, Shirlyn Williams, Sheri Jones (Arkansas Foodbank) Skippy Foods, the local manufacturing facility owned by Hormel Foods Corporation, donated $10,000 to the Arkansas Foodbank to fight hunger in the Little Rock community. Skippy Foods has donated funds to the Foodbank since 2013. “We honored … Continued

Hunger Action Month – Facing Hunger Together

  September is Hunger Action Month.  This is a nationwide campaign among Feeding America’s national network of food banks to raise awareness and fight hunger. 1 in 5 Arkansans are facing hunger.  A statistic that shapes and drives our mission of fighting hunger.  Throughout the month of September we will introduce you to the face … Continued

Walmart and Sam’s Club’s “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” Campaign Raises $176,999 for Arkansas Foodbank.

  Arkansans in central and southeastern Arkansas helped to raise $176,999 for local families in need through Walmart and Sam’s Club’s “Fight Hunger. Spark Change.” campaign. In its sixth year, Walmart and Sam’s Club engaged 18 suppliers and the public in its nationwide campaign that raises money for local food banks and brings national attention … Continued

National Waffle Day- Healthy Recipe for the Whole Family!

Today is #NationalWaffleDay! Our Nutritionist, Lauren Allbritton, found a healthy recipe that the whole family will love! Simple, healthy ingredients transform into a yummy treat everyone can enjoy. We hope you try it out today to celebrate!   Despite what you may have heard, a healthy yet delicious breakfast can be achievable. In recent years, … Continued

Helping Make Back to School a Hunger-Free Time for Kids

It’s the start of school this week for many kids across Arkansas. This should be an exciting time filled with new teachers, classrooms and friends. But for many kids, this also means that while they’re excited to get back to breakfast and lunch at school, they still don’t have access to food when they return … Continued