Feeding Families in Tampa Bay
Since 2001, Somebody Cares Tampa Bay has brought thousands of pounds of food into the Tampa Bay area to help feed the hungry. Somebody Cares Tampa Bay seeks the resources to provide for the transportation costs of food donated from Operation Blessing delivered monthly. We also receive donations from other vendors. When we receive a truckload of food, we unload it at our distribution site and provide it to ministries who use the food to feed the hungry. With each Operation Blessing delivery, around 30,000 pounds of food is distributed through our expansive network of partnering organizations. Somebody Cares Tampa Bay pledges $2000 towards the solvency of the Operation Blessing’s nationwide transportation program each time they arrive in the Tampa Bay area. One truckload of food can provide 1,920 families, or 7,680 individuals, with meals. This equates to feeding a minimum of 23,800 people per month, or 276,800 people annually. If you would like to help us keep the food trucks rolling, call 727-536-2273.
Food Program Partners
If you run a food pantry and would like to learn how you can be a part of our Food Program, call (727) 536-2273 for an application. You must be a 501(c)3 to participate.Here is a list of food pantry providers for the greater Tampa Bay area. Our food partners are listed in red.