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Brookland Community Food Bank

Feeding Our Community, Ending Hunger

Providing food to low-income individuals and families in our fight to end hunger

Sonia Thomas, Program Director


The Brookland Community Food Bank provides healthy nutritious food and other items to low-to-moderate income individuals and families. Many Midlands families experience challenges with having reliable access to affordable nutritious food and other daily essentials required to live healthy and active lives.

Brookland Community Food Bank collects donations and purchases food to distribute to those in need. For many people, a food bank can be a lifesaver during tough times. With the cost of living continuing to rise, it can be difficult for low-income families to stretch their budgets to meet all of their basic needs. The Brookland Community Food Bank provides fresh produce, canned goods, dry goods, and other non-perishable items to those who might otherwise go hungry.


​In addition to distributing food and other essentials, our food bank works with our partners by referring clients to programs that offer housing stability, job training, and financial education services. By doing so, we address the underlying cause of poverty and help our clients achieve self-sufficiency.

Overall, the Brookland Community Food Bank's goal is to play an essential role in supporting individuals and families and lead our community's effort to help eliminate food insecurity.

Items Provided:

  • Fresh Produce

  • Protein

  • Dairy

  • Canned Goods

  • Diapers

  • Various Sanitary Products

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