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Food Bank vs. Food Pantry

The difference…and the alliance

At Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana, we solicit, store and distribute food and critical grocery products to qualifying agencies who serve the public directly. Among those agencies are food pantries, soup kitchens, halfway homes, and emergency shelters.

Front of Gleaners   Community Cupboard

The food bank is the warehouse for millions of pounds of food and other products that go out to the community. The pantry functions as the arms that reach out to that community directly.

Food banks and food pantries—they are not the same. But they share the same commitment.

At Gleaners, we are proud of our partnership with food pantries, and many other organizations, that act with us on the belief that nobody should ever go to bed hungry.

Would you like to learn more about Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana.  Schedule a tour of the facility today by contacting Sheila Carlson at scarlson@gleaners.org.