Category: Stories from the Road

Stories from the Farm Road – Mainers Feeding Mainers Program Spotlight
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Stories from the Road – Belfast Soup Kitchen
Good Shepherd Food Bank works in partnership with more than 500 hunger-relief programs throughout Maine, from Kittery to Fort Kent, to help get food …
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Stories from the Road: Charitable Roots
All across the state, kids are making a difference in the fight against hunger, from volunteering at local food pantries and learning about the …
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Stories from the Road: “Meating” the need for protein
Good Shepherd Food Bank’s work is made possible through collaborative efforts of donors, staff, volunteers, our partner network, and more. Today, we’re showcasing a …
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Volunteer Impact – Paul Messer
Paul Messer is the Store Manager at Hannaford-Broadway in Bangor, and when asked whether Hannaford could pack food boxes for Good Shepherd Food Bank, …
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Volunteer Impact – Ken Holt
Ken Holt joined Good Shepherd Food Bank as a volunteer when the pandemic hit and his service continues to help in a big way …
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Stories from the Road: Partnership Spotlight
Good Shepherd Food Bank’s work is made possible through collaborative efforts of donors, staff, volunteers, our partner network, and more. Today, we’re showcasing our …
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Stories from the Road: School Partners Rally in Crisis to Meet Statewide Need
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Culturally Relevant Food in the Hands of Mainers in Need
In the wake of COVID-19, Good Shepherd Food Bank pivoted its operations and began distributing pre-packed boxes of shelf-stable foods to support food pantries …
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Neighbors Helping Neighbors
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, 4 in 10 individuals served by food banks and pantries are new to charitable food assistance. With …
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From Food Insecure to Entrepreneur | A Summer Meal Success Story
Nick Mullins stands with his wife Kortnie on the front porch of the five bedroom, 2.5 bathroom house they’re renovating in Bangor. Over the …
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Meeting the Need Where You Least Expect It
Guest post by GSFB Board Member and Kennebunkport Festival Committee Member, Jim Darroch Located within a forty-minute drive of Portland and less than two hours …
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