Capitol Hunger Garden Project // The Capitol Hunger Garden is a living reminder of the Caucus’s commitment to decrease the high human and economic toll of hunger in the Commonwealth. Relying solely on volunteers to grow fresh vegetables that ultimately will be donated to local food banks, the first crop from the garden has a special yield... Capitol Hunger Garden Salsa. 1,400 jars of salsa have been produced from the first crop of the Capitol Hunger Garden and this is your chance to own one. You’ll receive a jar of salsa with a minimum donation of $25 to your local food bank and you can make your donation on-line.

Central Pennsylvania Food Bank // The Central Pennsylvania Food Bank distributes more than 20 million pounds food and grocery products every year to more than 600 soup kitchens, shelters, and food pantries in 27 central Pennsylvania counties.

The Food Trust // The Food Trust strives to make healthy food available to all. Working with neighborhoods, schools, grocers, farmers and policymakers, we've developed a comprehensive approach that combines nutrition education and greater availability of affordable, healthy food in Pennsylvania.

Hunger-Free Pennsylvania // Hunger-Free Pennsylvania currently comprises a network of food banks, food pantries, soup kitchens, homeless shelters, charities and other hunger relief organizations working together to end hunger in Pennsylvania. The network currently has 21 members serving all 67 counties.

Pennsylvania Association of Regional Food Banks // The Pennsylvania Association of Regional Food Banks, Inc. (PARF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that has been addressing hunger issues in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for 24 years. PARF is a membership organization comprised of food banks across the region.

Pennsylvania Hunger Action Center // The Pennsylvania Hunger Action Center works to end hunger and increase opportunities for all Pennsylvanians to meet their food needs with health and dignity.

Pennsylvania Hunger Caucus // The goal of the Legislative Hunger Caucus is to ensure government and community partners work effectively to address hunger and the underlying causes contributing to it. In fact, there is no district or county in our Commonwealth where the blight of hunger does not exist.

The Pittsburgh Tote Bag Project // Connecting your tote bags with the region's food pantries.

Rainbow Kitchen (Pittsburgh) // Rainbow Kitchen Community Services is committed to improving the quality of life for low-income families and individuals through programs that address hunger, child nutrition and supportive services.