We know that when you choose to give to an organization, you truly care about the mission. We are so thankful for our donors, and we have developed programs that will help show our appreciation! We value our donors in a big way, and we want to make sure you feel it!
We have three new donor programs so that we can better support those who keep our mission alive.
For so many of our neighbors, hunger isn’t a one-time experience…
Hunger is recurring.
Join the Meal Makers, our monthly giving club, to ensure that families have consistent access to the nutritious food that they need. Your monthly donations keep our partner agencies and food pantries stocked, our trucks on the road each day, and provide meals for our neighbors. Each month your gift will go where it is needed most in the fight against hunger.
Meal Maker members will receive:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to learn more. Click below to start giving monthly!
For those who donate $1000 or more, we have the Harvester of Hope Society. These donors are dedicated to increasing awareness of food insecurity and addressing its causes and effects in our area.
Harvesters of Hope play a vital role in meeting the increased need for food, and significant contributions show that you recognize the scale and scope of our efforts. Harvesters of Hope are willing to help us take our mission to the next level.
To learn more about the Harvester of Hope Society and to see membership benefits, email email@example.com.
A planned gift creates a legacy of hope to ensure Tomorrow’s Harvest.
Your lasting gift can be especially meaningful because it provides long-term support that strengthens our ability to feed hungry neighbors. You can designate a bequest to the Community Food Bank of Central Alabama in your will, name the Food Bank as a beneficiary of your life insurance policy, or you can gift retirement assets. Talk to your financial representative to get started.
To learn more about Tomorrow’s Harvest Planned Giving Society, email firstname.lastname@example.org.