The Need is Here & the Need is Now
Thank you to everyone who donated and helped up to raise $137,498 in 2023!
Our annual Appeal for Meals raises vital funds to support our Fresh Food Pantries, Backpack, Summer Meals, Outreach and Hot Meals programs.
Family budgets remain tight—food coming home with children through our Backpack and Fresh Food Pantry programs means nutritious meals and less stress for parents. And our Hot Meals program continues to average 7,500+ meals each month, almost double the average from January 2020.
3 Easy Ways You Can Help!
Make a Financial Gift
Our Appeal for Meals is held annually in June to raise vital funds to help local kids, women, men and senior citizens right here in Clark County!
Donations are matched by generous donors–
see below for a list of our 2023 match donors!
Our 2023 Matching Donors
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Your Support Matters
Share’s meal & nutrition programs provide food and meals to thousands of people each year in Clark County. They include individuals and families who are working, but who are still not able to make enough money to make ends meet, as well as those experiencing homelessness.
252,000+ lbs. of nonperishable food to 85 schools & Head Start programs
160,000+ lbs. of fresh produce, dairy, eggs and bread at 18 local schools
972 kid-friendly food boxes to 27 local schools
2,376 hotel bags to kids & families
5,500+ food kits are distributed by our Outreach Team each year to neighbors living on the streets
Food kits include:
- soft, non-perishable foods like tuna & chicken packets
- cheese and/or peanut butter crackers
- chewy granola and/or snack bars
- squeezable packets of apple sauce, smoothies, and yogurt
Every Gift Makes a Difference!
Schuyler Hoss, former Communication & Fund Development Director at Share, reflects on 20 years of Share’s Backpack program.
Diane McWithey, Executive Director, talks about the importance of Share’s meal and nutrition programs to our community and how your donation today will make a difference in the lives of kids, teens, women, men and senior citizens.
Because Every Person Counts.
Logan with Aspen Pest Control talks about their annual food drives to support Share’s meal and nutrition programs.
April Weissert from OnPoint Community Credit Union talks about why their organization has been a proud match donor of Share’s Appeal for Meals for the past three years.
Molly Evjen, Director of Volunteers & Community Resources, highlights Share’s meal & nutrition programs & their vital impact on our community.