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Empty Bowls Monongalia Awards $105,000 to 25 Local Agencies




Empty Bowls Monongalia is pleased to announce that a total of $105,000 in grant funds were awarded to 25 local nonprofits. The recipient agencies partner with Empty Bowls to fight food insecurity throughout Monongalia County. Their services include food pantries, weekend backpack programs for school age children and meal programs for families and individuals in need.


The agencies awarded funds this year are:


Avery United Methodist Church Snack Pack Program,

Bartlett Housing Solutions,

Canyon Food Pantry,

Catholic Charities,

Christian Help Food Pantry,

Clay Battelle Area Family Services,

Community Kitchen,

Covenant Church Food Pantry,

First Presbyterian Church,

Friendship Community in Recovery,

Goshen Baptist Church Snack Pack Program,

Morgantown Area Meals on Wheels,

Native American Community Center,

Pantry Plus More,

The Rack - WVU Food Pantry,

The Rainbow House,

RDVIC,

Rock Forge Food Pantry,

The Salvation Army,

Sarah’s Table,

Scott’s Run Settlement House,

Shack Neighborhood House,

Starting Points Food Pantry,

St. Ursula’s Food Pantry,

Woodland United Methodist Church Snack Pack Program.


“We are honored to partner with these agencies and are so grateful for each of them and their continued efforts to feed our hungry. They are doing such important work for our community and are a vital part in fighting food insecurity in Monongalia County,” states Jasmine Smithbauer, Interim Executive Director of Empty Bowls Monongalia.


About Empty Bowls Monongalia: Empty Bowls was founded in 2007 to help fight hunger in Monongalia County. Since then, Empty Bowls has raised more than $1,500,000 to provide support to our network of partner agencies that directly serve families and individuals in our community facing food insecurity.

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