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The St. Louis Area Foodbank is a busy place. There is a lot of work to be done in the effort to create a pathway to nutritional security for those in need in our community. We have so many exciting projects and new developments in the works to share. Our President & CEO, Meredith Knopp, takes a moment each month to highlight an important aspect of what we’re doing in the bi-state area. To see what we’ve been up to, check out the blog posts below.

Summer Is Here!

Summer is Here!Meredith Knopp Summer is here – which means sunshine, longer days to enjoy the outdoors, and time to catch up with family and friends. It can also be

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Feeding America’s Map the Meal Gap

Feeding America’s Map the Meal Gap!Meredith Knopp Today Feeding America released publicly the annual “Map the Meal Gap” results. Map the Meal Gap (MMG) is Feeding America’s annual study on

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Volunteer Appreciation Month!

Volunteer Appreciation Month!Meredith Knopp April is National Volunteer Month, however, at the St. Louis Area Foodbank, EVERY month is a reason to celebrate the hundreds of men, women, and children

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314 Day!

314 Day! Meredith Knopp Everyone loves a reason to celebrate—a holiday, special occasion, sporting championship—because it gives us a chance to come together with family, friends, or sometimes complete strangers

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Food is Love

Food is Love Meredith Knopp February is a short month, although a day longer this year, but a great time to really reflect on something that we have built a

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Hunger Doesn’t Take a Time Out!

Hunger Doesn’t Take a Timeout! Meredith Knopp It’s Superbowl time – and another time of year when friends and family gather to watch the “big game”, or maybe just the

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Ready for the New Year!

Ready for the New Year!Posted by Meredith Knopp:  In his 1964 Nobel Peace Prize Acceptance Speech, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr stated, “I have the audacity to believe that peoples

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Share the Holidays!

Share the Holidays!Meredith Knopp Everywhere you go, there are signs of holiday cheer. From lights and decorations to advertisements for the “biggest sale of the year” – everything looks and

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