- Bloomington Community Book Fair
- "Soup Bowl"
- "Letter Carrier's Food Drive"
- "Homeward Bound"
- "Hoosier Hysteria"
- "Taste of Bloomington"
- "MLK Day"
9th Annual Hunger Action Awards and Volunteer Reception - Tuesday, June 30th
- Area 10 Agency on Aging
- Emily Weikert Bryant
- Harriman Farms
- Trevor JOnes
- South Central Indiana REMC Round Up
- Bill Walters
Charlie Thompson Award:
- Community Book Fair Volunteers
Jeremy O'Leary, Kevin R. Robling
Fourth of July Parade - Saturday, July 4, 2105
HHFB staff will once again collect donations of canned goods and non-perishable food items while marching in Bloomington's Fourth of July parade. The parade will start at 10 a.m. and travel down 7th St., College Ave, and Kirkwood Ave. Come out and see the fleet.
The Monroe County Fair Food Drive - Tuesday, July 28, 2015
HHFB will have a booth in the grass area near the IU Sports Tent from 1-10 p.m. to collect food and finanical donations. Donate four non-perishable food items and receive one free ride ticket. The drive is a part of the statewide FAIRs Cares initiative to raise awareness of local hunger and help feed Hoosiers.
Macy's Shop For a Cause - Saturday, August 29, 2015
Purchase a $5 pass from HHFB, and on that day receive 30 % off select regular, sale and clearance items, 25 % off select brands, and 10 % off on electronics, watches, furniture, matresses, and rugs/floor coverings. Many brands that rarely go on sale will be included. Pick up your pass at the HHFB offices or call 812-334-7384.
Bloomington Community Book Fair - Tuesday, October 8 - Tuesday, October 13, 2015
Hoosier Hills Food Bank will host the Bloomington Community Book Fair this October 8-13th, 2015 at the Monroe County Fair Grounds. We accept genlty used books, CD's, DVD's, Records, Games and Puzzles at the Hoosier Hills Food Bank Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m (2333 W. Industrial Pk Dr). For more infomation please call (812) 334-8374 or email Ryan at email@example.com. See our Book Fair page for more information.
Letter Carriers and volunteers collected 37,741 pounds on food in Monroe County during the Stamp Out Hunger Food Drive on Saturday, May 9 and the weeks following. This was an almost 29 percent increase from the amount of food we collected last year, which put us back even with what we have collected in recent years.
“Saturday was a great day. We’re back up to the level we were seeing before last year and that’s going to help us a lot. We really appreciate the support of all those in the community who donated and of our letter carrier partners for doing the heavy lifting to bring in more than 18 tons of food,” said HHFB Executive Director Julio Alonso.
Many thanks to all of the volunteers who have helped us sort the food in May and June. Their hard work helped us distribute the food to our member agecnies quickly.
A 5K walk in April, which benefits agancies in Bloomington that address issues dealing with homelessness.
The first Indiana University basketball practice celebrates the great tradition of Indiana basketball. Attendees bring canned goods to donate to HHFB as they enter Assembly Hall. It is one of HHFB's biggest food drives of the year.
Every June, the Taste of Bloomington brings together the best food, drinks and music around the city. This event is also a benefit for the “Hoosier Hills Food Bank” and “Community Kitchen”. For more information about the “Taste of Bloomington” please visit Taste of Bloomington.
Not a day off for Bloomington residents. Each year, community members spend the day volunteering at Hoosier Hills Food Bank and other agencies around Bloomington.
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