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Singing For Their Supper


The COVID-19 Pandemic has disrupted lives with many people having no income to feed their families. We’ve partnered with Feeding the Gulf Coast and Second Harvest of the Big Bend to raise awareness and financial support for North West Florida’s food pantries and feed the many families in our communities who cannot afford to purchase a meal or groceries. Your donation will directly benefit a food pantry in your neighborhood. Making a donation is easy, go to and click on the donate button benefitting Feeding the Gulf Coast and Second Harvest to start the process. Please be generous, your donation is appreciated. Together, we are 850 Strong.

(serving Bay, Holmes, Walton, Washington counties)

Actively distributing food throughout the Central Gulf Coast region. 1 in 6 individuals need food assistance, the demand is growing in this current pandemic.

(serving Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, Jackson, Liberty counties)

Second Harvest works with 135 partner agencies across the Big Bend distributing healthy and nutritious meals to those in need.

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