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FAB 5 Loyalty Cards for Printing on Avery Business Card Paper

  • nitial one box per day when someone uses their SNAP benefits at your FABulous markets. They must swipe their SNAP/EBT card that same day to receive the initials. Please legibly include the date, along with your initials.
  • They can get initials at any FAB market and redeem the completed card at any FAB market.
  • 5 boxes with initials on a card is redeemable for $5 in Fresh Access Bucks (FAB), green tokens, good for Florida grown fruits and vegetables at any FAB market statewide. If you run a discount program, you’d subtract an additional $5 from their total of FL grown fruits and vegetables.
  • On their 5th visit swiping their SNAP/EBT card, a completed card gets the customer $5 in green FAB tokens, in addition to whatever your market’s cap is. For example, if they swipe for $30 of SNAP benefits on their 5th visit and you have a $20 cap per person per day, they’d receive $30 of SNAP tokens and $25 of FAB tokens.
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Working to End Senior Hunger

Currently, 6.7% of Florida’s senior population are food insecure, which is why seven of our Feeding Florida food banks offer senior feeding programs. Harry Chapin Food Bank established the Care & Share Senior Feeding Program, an application-only program that aims to supplement the diets of a caseload of low-incomes seniors with food that meets their nutritional needs in Charlotte, Collier and Lee counties. 

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Governor DeSantis Signs Proclamation Declaring September Hunger Action Month

We are proud to announce that Governor DeSantis has signed our proclamation declaring September as Hunger Action Month in Florida, showing appreciation to Florida’s farmers who help us provide for children, seniors, and hardworking families. We are grateful to the Governor for recognizing this critically important cause. Our 12 Feeding Florida food banks, all members of Feeding America, remain committed to our unified mission to end hunger in Florida.

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The Unexpected Faces of Hunger

Florida has 3.1 million hungry individuals and each one has a unique background story. Oftentimes, we do not picture an average middle-class family or an elderly individual as prime examples of hunger, but food insecurity is felt by people of all ages and several socioeconomic standing. Hunger wears many faces. At Feeding Florida, we are focused on providing nutritious produce and food to every individual experiencing hunger, regardless of their circumstances. Here are a few stories of the unexpected faces of hunger in Florida. 

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