Community Food Bank

Local & Regional
1:32 pm
Mon December 1, 2014

Citywide Holiday Food Drive Kicks Off

Tulsa city leaders, fire, and police officers kick off the 'Stock the Station' food drive.
Credit KWGS News

For the rest of the month, Tulsa police and fire stations, and other city facilities will accept donations for the ‘Stock the Station’ holiday food drive. The non-perishable items go to the needy served by the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. Director Eileen Bradshaw says it’s a time of year when people are thinking about those less fortunate. She says the need this year is greater than ever.

The food drive runs through the end of this month. 

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Local & Regional
2:08 pm
Thu October 10, 2013

The Federal Shutdown Worries Those Who Feed the Needy

The Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma
Credit KWGS News Photo

The federal government shutdown is impacting food banks some places across the U-S. So far, that’s not the case in Tulsa, but there is concern about what may happen here if the shutdown continues much longer. Maggie Hoey is with the Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma. She says there’s worry about the WIC…Women, Infants, and Children’s program. If it runs out of funds, the Food Bank may have to pick up the slack, tightening up supplies.                                 

The food bank already serves 275,000 meals a week in 24 counties in eastern Oklahoma.

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Local & Regional
1:27 pm
Tue June 12, 2012

The Tulsa Jewish Federation and Community Food Bank team up to feed the hungry

The layout for the Jewish Federation Garden
KWGS News

The Tulsa Jewish Federation is partnering with the Community Food Bank of Eastern Oklahoma to provide fresh fruit and vegetables for the hungry. The project to provide the food is a community garden. Jewish Federation Director Drew Diamond says the produce will be donated to the food bank.

Ground was broken on the project today. The garden is on a plot of land owned by the Jewish Federation just north of 71st street. The first plantings in the garden will be in the fall.