By Birmingham Times – November 8, 2018
The Housing Authority of the Birmingham District (HABD) and Community Food Bank of Central Alabama were in Elyton Village on Tuesday as part of a collaboration that helps provide food assistance to families throughout the city.
Previous stops were made at Smithfield Court and the Campus of Hope in Gate City.
“Our partners at the Food Bank operate with military-like precision with their logistics,” said HABD President/CEO Michael Lundy. “This group matches their compassion with their professionalism. As a result, hundreds of families are relieved of the burden of providing healthy meals for their families. This benefits all of us.”
“We are thrilled to partner with the Housing Authority of Birmingham and their incredible team who help us address the issue of food insecurity in our community by helping us move food from our shelves to the pantries of families trying to eat healthy,” said Food Bank Executive Director, Kathryn Strickland…