12.5% of the people living in Williamson County are facing food insecurity
According to the most recent data from Feeding America, 8,440 people living in Williamson County are facing food insecurity and 2,670 are kids. That data is pre-pandemic and we believe that even more people struggling to make ends meet due to COVID-19, many for the first time.
The St. Louis Area Foodbank is this region’s response to hunger and we have proudly served this community since 1975.
Our service territory covers 26 counties in total. Hunger affects individuals in both urban and rural communities. It affects all ages, races, abilities, and identities. Through our robust network of partner agencies and distribution sites in the bi-state region, we strive to feed every person who has limited access to food.
Did you know the St. Louis Area Foodbank is helping feed and provide valuable resources to people in your community? Last year alone, we distributed more than 1,628,355 pounds of food, cleaning supplies, and hygiene items to residents of Williamson County. This was made possible by our amazing network of partners. We are proud to partner with 22 agencies in Williamson County in an effort to best serve children, families, and seniors.
We also offer SNAP assistance to help fill in gaps in food budgets. To learn more about this important safety net program and to see if you potentially qualify, please visit stlfoodbank.org/SNAP