- 67 Pounds Per Person in poverty distributed
- 20 Full Time Staff Members
- 114 Partners Organizations
- 1000s of volunteers donating labor to keep costs down
- 5 delivery vehicles
- Nutrition and social services outreach
- All monetary donations and receipts stay in El Paso
- All incoming USDA and Donations processed in El Paso
Pounds of Food Distributed:
- 2008 1,411,737 Pounds Distributed
- 2009 2,875,706 Pounds Distributed
- 2010 4,588,000 Pounds Distributed
- 2011 6,538,118 Pounds Distributed
- 2012 4,800,000 Pounds Distributed
- 2013 8,012,989 Pounds Distributed
- 2014 9,400,000 Pounds Distributed
67 Pounds of food per person in poverty distributed in 2013!
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SO, THEN... WHAT IS A FOOD PANTRY, OR A SOUP KITCHEN?
Food pantries distribute non-prepared foods and other grocery items to needy clients, who then prepare and use these items where they live. They are primarily operated through referral systems, in which staff at nonprofit organizations screen clients and refer them to pantries operated by volunteers. In El Paso, local food pantries obtain their food from the El Pasoans Fighting Hunger and then in turn distribute to their own clients.
A soup kitchen prepares and serves hot meals.
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