Feeding Florida is proud to partner with both public and private entities to fund our operations and programs. A diverse funding model ensures stability and sustainability for our organization. Having funding partners with significant investments in the well-being of Florida provides accountability and ensures that we are always serving the best interests of Florida’s most vulnerable populations. Thanks to a few of our most recent funding partners:
Funding requested by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is approved and augmented by the legislature, through the annual budget process, to support our Farmers Feeding Florida program.
FDACS is committed to the health and wellness of Florida citizens and to the productivity of Florida’s multi-billion dollar a year agriculture industry.
Mosaic helps the world grow the food it needs. Mosaic commits to this as both a business and social mission. As they work to help farmers become more productive, we work to help them become more efficient by reducing their waste. Mosaic understands that in order for their company to prosper, their communities must prosper too. Mosaic supports both Feeding Florida and member food banks in their communities.
Florida is the first state to offer the official 'Imagine' specialty license plate featuring the famous John Lennon self-portrait image. Yoko Ono has kindly authorized the use of the image to help the Feeding Florida, a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, in our ongoing mission to end hunger in Florida. Order your Specialty License Plate online or at your tax collector’s office.
Wells Fargo makes contributions through grants and volunteerism in areas that they believe are important to the future of our nation's vitality and success. Their first priority is to support programs and organizations whose chief purpose is to benefit low- and moderate-income individuals and families. They look for projects that keep our communities strong, diverse, and vibrant. This website was funded by a generous grant from Wells Fargo.
The Access program from AT&T provides a low cost option for home internet access to low-income households where AT&T offers wireline home internet services. Individuals are eligible if at least one person in ahousehold participates in the U.S. Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), and at least one of the Access from AT&T internet speed tiers is available at the address where one lives.There’s no commitment, no deposit, and no installation fee. To check availability and apply for the program, click here.