We are truly fortunate to be partnering with such generous and caring organizations.

Bread for the World - Indiana

An ecumenical Christian advocacy organization dedicated to ending hunger in the U.S. and abroad.

CICOA Aging & In-Home Solutions

Provides information, advocacy, and support services for older adults, people with disabilities and family caregivers, including home-delivered meals and other nutrition services.

Corteva Agriscience

Corteva’s goal is to enrich the lives of those who produce and those who consume, ensuring progress for generations to come.


Creates products and services that enhance the lives of pets, advance food safety, and improve disease management and production efficiency of livestock and poultry. Bringing 100,000 families worldwide out of hunger is just one of the many social causes to which Elanco is dedicated.

Eli Lilly and Company

Founded in 1876, Eli Lilly is now the 10th largest pharmaceutical company in the world. The vision of Eli Lilly and Company is to make a significant contribution to humanity by improving global health in the 21st century. This vision guides the work of the company, including its commitment to corporate responsibility.

Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana

A member of the Feeding America food bank network that secures, stores, and redistributes donated food to nearly 600 hunger relief agencies.

Grace Church

Offers assistance to the community church congregation through the Care Center, which provides a food pantry, referral services, vehicle services, and ESL classes. 

Indiana Department of Education

The state agency responsible for operation of school lunch, school breakfast, and summer food programs.

Indiana State Department of Health (ISDH)

Administers WIC for the state of Indiana.

Indiana Family & Social Services Administration (FSSA)

The state agency responsible for the operation of SNAP (Supplemental Nutritional Assistance Program, formerly known as food stamps).

The City of Indianapolis, Office of Public Health and Safety

Created in April 2016, the Office of Public Health and Safety convenes public safety and public health agencies along with community partners to execute policy initiatives that improve the wellbeing of Indianapolis residents. The office has focused policy efforts in the areas of food security, re-entry, and homelessness, and acts as the coordinating agency for Mayor Joe Hogsett’s comprehensive criminal justice reform efforts.

Meals on Wheels

Provides home-delivered and medically tailored meals to homebound elderly and disabled people in the Greater Indianapolis area.

Midwest Food Bank

A faith-based organization working to alleviate hunger and poverty by gathering and distributing food donations to not-for-profits and disaster sites, without cost to the recipients.

Patachou Foundation

Prepares and serves healthy meals to children impacted by poverty and hunger and increases their awareness, connection, and excitement about food. 

Second Helpings

An Indianapolis-based nonprofit specializing in food rescue, hunger relief, and culinary job training.

Society of St. Andrew

 A grassroots, faith-based organization working to address food insecurity through gleaning and other food rescue initiatives.

St. Vincent de Paul

Offers assistance to those who have fallen upon times of hardship and personal crisis and operates the largest food pantry in the Midwest.

Sustainable Food Systems Science (Indiana University)

Conducts research on sustainable food systems and supports the development of resilient food systems for Indiana communities