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Good Shepherd Food Bank Announces 2021 Corporate Partners for a Hunger-Free Maine

Corporate Partners for a Hunger-Free Maine is a group of socially responsible corporations and their corporate foundations that support Good Shepherd Food Bank in providing food to people facing food insecurity across Maine through its statewide partner agency network of food pantries, meal sites, shelters, schools, health centers and other community organizations.

“Through monetary gifts and/or food donations, 165 corporate partners helped Good Shepherd Food Bank provide more than 31.3 million meals to Mainers experiencing hunger in FY21,” stated Georgia Jenkins, corporate and foundation relations officer. “Support from our Corporate Partners undoubtedly helps the Food Bank increase access to nutritious food for children, families, adults, and seniors facing food insecurity, but it also demonstrates that these local businesses and national corporations are stepping up to join the fight to end hunger in Maine”.

Good Shepherd Food Bank’s 2021 Transformational and Visionary level Corporate Partners for a Hunger-Free Maine include:

Our Transformational Partner:

Hannaford Supermarkets, donated the equivalent of 9.9 million meals through a combination of monetary gifts and food donations in the last year.

Visionary Partners: 150,000 – 5,000,000 meals

Albertsons Companies Foundation
Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield
Atlantic Federal Credit Union
Bangor Savings Bank
Bank of America Charitable Foundation
Bernstein Shur
BJ’s Wholesale
Cigna Foundation
Circle K
Feeding America
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care
Kennebec Savings Bank
Maine Credit Unions’ Campaign for Ending Hunger
New Balance Foundation
Poland Spring Water Co.
Raytheon Technologies
Sam’s Club
SYSCO of Northern New England
The Via Agency
Trader Joe’s
Versant Power
Viking Lumber

Corporate partners also demonstrate their support by matching employee gifts and/or employee hours, as well as volunteering at our distribution centers in Auburn and Hampden. To find out how you can help fight hunger in your community, contact Georgia Jenkins, corporate and foundation relations officer, at