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The County Cupboard & Resource Center was established as a temporary hunger-relief program serving Lorain County. County Cupboard distributed surplus commodities from the USDA along with food provided through an anti-trust lawsuit settlement.

As needs within the counties increased, County Cupboard began an aggressive campaign to gather and distribute more food and other resources. To better reflect its broader services, County Cupboard officially changed its name to Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio.

County Cupboard was granted tax-exempt status under IRS section 501(c)(3) and added Huron and Erie counties to its regional service area.

Second Harvest completed a warehouse reconfiguration project to free up additional dry storage space.

Following a successful capital campaign, Second Harvest purchased land and built a new facility at Deer Trail Lane in Lorain, adding much-needed warehouse and refrigerated storage space.

30 years of more food and less hunger CALL FoR a By the late 80s County Cupboard had outgrown its Vermilion location and relocated to Amherst.

County Cupboard became an affiliate of Feeding America, formerly America’s Second Harvest, and was successful in gaining funding through the United Way of Greater Lorain County.

Crawford County became part of Second Harvest’s regional service area. Second Harvest’s board of directors and staff completed a comprehensive strategic plan, outlining goals to address hunger in the region.

Second Harvest distributions reached a record 7.5 million pounds of food and grocery products, up 31% from the year before. Through the agency network, over 2 million pounds of locally-grown produce was distributed at Farmer’s Markets.


to gather and provide resources to hunger-relief agencies serving individuals and families in crawford, erie, huron, and lorain counties.


Board of directors

staff

Second Harvest is governed by a board of directors representing a cross section of our region both professionally and geographically.

Daily operations at Second Harvest are handled by the Executive Director and a staff of twenty-two dedicated individuals.

This dedicated group of individuals works closely with the staff to help us realize our ultimate goal to eradicate hunger in our region.

Executive Director: Juliana Chase-Morefield

Warehouse Manager: Phil Simulcik

Director of Resources: Saberina Burkhammer

Food Resource Coordinator: David Wiedenheft

Executive Committee

Directors

President: Michael Goodman Goodman Advisors

Edwin Garcia Lorain Metropolitan Housing Authority

Director of Operations: Scott Ciaston

Vice-President: Stephen Lucas Huntington Bank

Adele Kozar Catholic Charities Diocese of Toledo

Drivers: Bill Belcher Martin Digby Michael Harmon Dick Schrenkel Floyd Walker

Secretary: Patricia O’Brien The Stocker Foundation

Cynthia McCabe Lorain County Community College

Treasurer: Tim McNeill Bettcher Industries

Deborah Miller North Coast Cancer Foundation

At-Large: Brian Sooy Aespire

Mel Miller Janotta & Herner, Inc. (retired) Elizabeth Newman Community Representative

Donor Services Assistant: Becky Bardsley External Affairs Manager: Susan Bartosch Program & Education Coordinator: Julie Cruz-Blair Customer Service Coordinator: Dawn Kinsley Agency Relations Manager: Beverly Lizanich Volunteer Relations Coordinator: Jean Niedzwicki

John Pluta Invacare Corp.

Evening Volunteer Assistant: Jessica Porter

Gayle A. Reeves Gayle A. Reeves, L.P.A.

Administrative Assistant: Kacy Porter

Donna Williams Community Representative

Operations Staff: Ryan Forthofer Mark Millis Bernie Naber Jim Krugman


30 years. 80 MILLION POUNDS. 67 MILLION meals. Over the past year, Second Harvest distributions reached a record 7.5 million pounds of food and grocery products, up 31% from the year before. These distributions supported 104 member agencies (154 programs), including emergency food pantries, soup kitchens, emergency shelters, BackPack programs, Kids Cafe, Farmer’s Markets, Mobile Food Pantries, and other supplemental food programs. Despite these achievements, our work in Crawford, Erie, Huron, and Lorain counties is not yet done, as the stats below indicate:

7,450

/ 44,345 12,430

10,540

/ 77,687

/ 59,886

food insecure/ total population [by county] 46,170 / 299,805

Children* in poverty [by county] *18 and under

.831

.638

24+76+v 20+80+v 19+81+v 22+78+v 23.9%

1.430

20.2%

4.458

19%

21.9%

SECOND HARVEST DISTRIBUtion [by county] in millions of pounds

Information from the U.S. Census Bureau and Feeding America’s Map the Meal Gap 2012.


SECOND HARVEST MEMBER AGENCIES [by county]

ERIE COUNTY

HURON COUNTY

CRAWFORD COUNTY

LORAIN COUNTY


FOOD DONORS Abbott Nutrition

Aldi Inc. – Norwalk

BJ’s Wholesale Club

ConAgra Specialty Potato

Adrienne’s Gourmet Foods

Aldi Inc. – Sandusky

Campbell Soup Company

Costco

Advance Pierre Foods

Aldi Inc. – Sheffield Village

Chef’s Garden

CP Industries

Aldi Inc. – Amherst

Allens, Inc.

Coca-Cola Bottling Co.

Custom Culinary

Aldi Inc. – Elyria

Big Lots – Lorain

ConAgra Consolidated

CVS Corporation

Aldi Inc. – North Ridgeville

Bimbo Bakeries USA

ConAgra Grocery Products

D & H Meats


Food Sourcing Feeding America (National)

533,696 LBS

Dannon Company Inc.

Kellogg Company

Philabundance

Danone Waters of North America

Kimberly-Clark Corp.

Pickering Hill Farms

Kovach Family

Polansky’s Market

Dragon Ranch Golf Club

Kraft Biscuit

Poppee’s Popcorn Inc.

End o’ the Road Farm Market

Kraft Foods Inc.

Procter & Gamble

Krieg’s Farm Market

Purity Foods

Kroger Food Store of Bucyrus

Quaker/PepsiCo Beverages

General Mills Inc.

Kroger Food Store of Sandusky

Sam’s Club – Sandusky

Giant Eagle – Amherst

Land O’Lakes Inc.

Sam’s Club – Sheffield Village

Giant Eagle – Avon Lake

Lorain Correctional Institution

Snack Factory Inc.

Farmers & Hunters Feed the Hungry Freight Line (various)

Giant Eagle – Elyria Giant Eagle – North Ridgeville

Lorain County Fair

Giant Eagle – Sheffield

Meijer Food Store

Giant Eagle – Sheffield Lake

Millbrook Schwebels Baking Co.

Giant Eagle – Vermilion

Mimmi Bonderer— Mondo Italiano

Good Samaritan Health Group

Mama Jo Homestyle Pies

S.C. Johnson

Target – Amherst Target – Avon Target – Elyria Target – Sandusky Tendershoot Farm Toft Dairy Inc. Triple Diamond

Goodman Distributors

Murray Ridge School

Tropicana Inc.

Grafton Correctional Institute

Nestle USA, Inc.

Tropicana Products, Inc.

North Coast Correction Facility

Unilever Best Foods Wal-Mart – Bucyrus

Hall Brothers Meats

Northern Ohio Youth Orchestras

Hamman’s Bakery

Norwalk Catholic School

Heinen’s

Office – Child Nutrition

Holthouse Farms

Ohio Association of Foodbanks

Hahn Farms

Individual Donor JH Routh Packing Co. John F. Brandau John F. Stambaugh & Co. Kamm Farms, Inc.

Onion Boy Penton’s Farm Market Pepsi Cola General Bottlers PepsiCo Beverages North

Federal The Emergency Food Assistance Program / USDA

1,621,709 LBS

s 32% from last year

State Ohio Food Program & Ohio Agriculture Clearance Program

2,329,544 LBS

s 42.3% from last year

Toth Farms – Lorain

Mor-4-Less

Grandma’s Kitchen

s 55.9% from last year

Walgreens Wal-Mart – Elyria Wal-Mart – Lorain

Local Donations

2,242,926 LBS

s 24.8% from last year

Wal-Mart – Norwalk Wal-Mart – Oberlin Wal-Mart – Sandusky Wal-Mart – Avon Weirs Farm, Inc White Wave Foods

Purchased Product

771,475 LBS s 33.8% from last year

Food Bank Share

327,437 LBS t 4.8% from last year


1,531 Volunteers.11,400 hourS. To assist the paid staff, volunteers have been utilized extensively this past year (and every year). In fact, Second Harvest’s overhead costs would significantly increase without these dedicated individuals and groups. Volunteers come from all walks of life and assist with clerical, maintenance, special event, and food sorting duties.

VOLUNTEERS Ashley Allen

Albert Cruz

Andrew Holmiss

Beth Morganti

Drew Tanzilli

Laura Allen

Lois Cuenin

John Murray

Rachel Tanzilli

Sharon Alloway

DeMange Family

McKenzie Hoover

Kirk Nevins

Beth Thoms

Adam Amanse

Allyson Jagoda

Tyler Newton

Matt Turza

Ryan Aroney

Richard Donohue

Susan Jagoda

Laura Patalon

Bob Ulrich

Rebecca Bailey

Becky Dorsey

Jared Korinko

Gail Pogue

Peter Van Euwen

Melissa Berens

Jody Dorsey

Kim Kreig

Jessica Porter

Stefani Vancs

Chris Biro

Ali Draga

Kromer Family

Sara Porter

Emily Varner

Botson Family

Nate Fuller

Chris Kuwamoto

Mike Poyle

Holly Vasiloff

Andrew Boudon

Joe Geletka

Patti Lamar

Prieto Family

Olivia Vasiloff

Lynn Boudon

Krystal Genoff

Maggie LeGlise

Julia Provoznik

Sophia Vitek

Neil Brennan

Gerold Family

Kristin Lesniak

Ravens Family

Brianna Wagner

Mike Brewer

Richard Gordyan

Dick Linnevers

Amy Reed

Steven Ward

Erin Bryne

Hall Family

Sarah Lloyd

Cat Rogers

Tyler Ward

Alexis Bullock

Bill Hardway

Jared Loufman

Les Shure

Zach Ward

Linda Buswell

Karen Hardway

Felicia Manubay

Jessica Singh

Brenda Warren

Tom Buswell

Kelly Harvey

Tom McCartney

Abby Singletary

Sue Warren

Sara Chambers

Rich Hasenflue

Leroy Meades

Sobota Family

Al Wear

Elaine Childs

Dave Hatcher

Allison Mencl

Trevon Stewart

Willis Family

Maxine Conibear

Havas Family

Kristin Mieden

Stoyka Family

Sherry Winders

Harold Copperman

Alan Heggie

Diana Milete

Libby Sudnick

Nicholas Wright

Bob Heinrick

Joel Miller

Zach Sudnick

Isaac Yoder

Brian Herda


VOLUNTEER GROUPS Advance Pierre Foods

Girl Scout Troop 50326

Abbe Road Baptist Church

Girl Scout Troop 50562

Amherst Football Team

Girl Scout Troop 50719

Amherst Journalism Class

Girl Scout Troop 50891

Amherst Leo Club Bendix Brookside Student Council Burger King Cargill Church of the Latter Day Saints Church of the Open Door Credo Cub Scout Pack 152 Cub Scout Pack 429 DePalma Insurance

Girl Scout Troop 50624

Girl Scout Troop 554 Girl Scout Troop 706 Girl Scout Troop 719 Girl Scout Troop 811 Hazelwood Christian Church Henrietta United Church JVS Student Counselors JVS Students

Mercy Allen Medical Center Mercy Regional Medical Center Murray Ridge Center NACS National Council of Negro Women Nordson Corporation North Olmsted High School Northwood Middle School Office of Sherrod Brown Parts Source Group

Kendal at Oberlin

Philippine American Association

Key Bank

Pitchfork 4-H Club

Lake Ridge Academy

PolyOne

Lakeview Baptist Church

Prince of Peace

LCCC Service Learning

Sandusky Mission Outreach

Emerson Network Power

Lorain County Community College

Sheffield Church of God

EMH Regional Medical Center

Lorain County Community Ladies

Erie County Health Department

Lorain High Key Club

Discover Church Elyria High School

Fifth Third Bank

Lorain Lighthouse Methodist United

First Federal Savings of Lorain

Lorain Lions Club

First United Methodist Ford Motor Company Girl Scout Troop 50181

Lorain National Bank Macy’s McMananon & Company

Shiloh Industries Spectrum School of Autism St. John Medical Group Stocker Foundation Summer Camp Target The Way Ministry Trinity Luthern Church TW Bible Study Group US Bank


Each week over the last year, nearly

1,500

food-filled backpacks were given to children for weekend nourishment.

member agencies Crawford

Master’s Hand Church of God

Our Lady of Lourdes Church

Bucyrus Christian Center

Milan Friends Church

Plymouth Shiloh Co-Op

Bucyrus Church of God

Saint Francis Animal Sanctuary

St. Paul Episcopal Church

Bucyrus Salvation Army

Sandusky Salvation Army

Victory Baptist Church

CAMP

Vermilion Church of Christ

Willard Area Food Bank

Crestline Church of the Nazarene

Volunteers of America

Willard Hope Center

Ohio Heartland CAC

Huron

Lorain

Pentecostal Tabernacle of Oceola

Caring Community of Wakeman

American Red Cross

Prevailing Word Ministries

Faith Bible Church of Bellevue

Amherst Church of the Nazarene

St. John Lutheran Church – New Washington

Fish and Loaves

Asbury United Methodist Church

Grace United Methodist Church

Erie

KinderNest Child Development

Avon Lake Community Resource Services, Inc.

Agape Love Ministries American Red Cross Firelands

Miriam House – Catholic Charities Toledo Diocese

Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Lorain County

Boys & Girls Clubs of Erie County

New London Salvation Army

Boys & Girls Clubs of Lorain County

Care and Share

Broadway Assembly, Inc.

Father’s Heart Ministries, Inc

North Fairfield United Methodist Church

First Presbyterian Church

Norwalk Alliance Church

Christ Episcopal Church

Grace United Methodist Church

Norwalk Area Food Bank, Inc.

Christian Temple

Lighthouse Assembly of God

Norwalk Salvation Army

Church of the Open Door

Catholic Charities


Kipton Community Church

Pathways Enrichment Center Positive Education Program

Community United Methodist Church

LaGrange Lions Community Foundation

El Centro de Servicios Sociales, Inc.

LCADA, Inc.

St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church

Elyria Salvation Army

Lorain Cooperative Ministry

St. Elizabeth Ann Seton

Elyria YWCA

Lorain County Aids Task Force

St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Parish

Fairfield Christian Center of Worship & Praise Intl.

Lorain County Office on Aging

St. John Lutheran Church – Elyria

Lorain Lighthouse United Methodist Church

St. Jude Church

Church on the North Coast / Love Center Food Cupboard

Family Promise of Lorain County First Congregational United Church of Christ

Lorain Salvation Army

First United Methodist Church of South Amherst

Neighborhood Alliance

First United Presbyterian Good Shepherd Baptist Church Greater St. Matthew AME Church Greater Victory Christian Ministries Harrison Cultural Community Centre Hospitality Center Humility of Mary Housing, Inc.

Mount Olivet Alliance Church North Ridgeville Church of God North Ridgeville Community Care Oberlin City Schools Oberlin Community Services Original Church of God Original Glorious Apostolic Church Our Lady Queen of Peace Park Street Seventh-Day Adventist Church

Rust United Methodist Church

St. Mary’s – Elyria St. Mary’s Church – Lorain United Hearts Life Mission Center Vermilion Area Charities Vine of Hope We Care We Share Ministries Well Help Wesley United Methodist Church Our Lady Help of Christians Harvest Baptist Temple


Second Harvest continues to operate in a position of strength and stability, with 97.7% of expenses being program related. Statements of financial position March 31, 2012 March 31, 2011 Assets Cash & Cash Equivalents

Cash – Operating

Cash – Agency Funds

Grants Receivable Accounts Receivable Inventory Investment in Marketable Securities Endowments Funds Held by Third Party Prepaid Expenses Property and Equipment, Net TOTAL ASSETS

538,657

526,412

2

7

61,984

28,881

25,858

9,728

352,994 409,121 1,119,946

985,663

64,772

66,816

13,901

5,178

919,078

977,853

3,097,192

3,009,659

26,274

25,540

2,587

1,077

2

7

28,863

26,624

Liabilities Accounts Payable Accrued Payroll and Payroll Taxes Deferred Revenue TOTAL LIABILITIES Net Assets Unrestricted General

Board Designated

2,698,688

2,636,587

64,772

66,810

304,869

279,632

TOTAL NET ASSETS

3,068,329

2,983,029

Total Net Assets & Liabilities

3,097,192

3,009,653

Temporarily Restricted


Statements of activities and changes in net assets Year Ended March 31, 2012 Year Ended March 31, 2011 Temporarily Temporarily Unrestricted Restricted Total Unrestricted Restricted

Total

Support Government Grants & Contracts Contributed Food Contributions, Grants & Bequests United Way

0

69,788

69,788

0

135,775

135,775

8,580,309

0

8,580,309

6,811,245

0

6,811,245

577,569

742,825

1,320,394

561,870

585,850

1,147,720

0

117,639

117,639

0

109,712

109,712

9,157,878 930,252 10,088,130

7,373,115 831,337 8,204,452

Revenue Shared Maintenance Fees Sales of Food Products Endowment Funds Income

80,329

0

80,329

69,526

0

69,526

262,906

0

262,906

147,074

0

147,074

0

(2,038)

6,294

0

6,294

585

0

585

895

0

895

44,120

0

44,120

33,151

0

33,151

385,902

0

385,902

256,940

0

Net Assets Released from Restriction

905,015

(905,015)

0

829,647

(829,647)

0

10,448,795

25,237

10,474,032

8,459,702

1,690

8,461,392

10,136,051

0

10,136,051

8,170,688

0

8,170,688

86,370

0

86,370

166,311

0

166,311

Conferences and Training Interest and Investment Income

(2,038)

256,940

Expenses Program Services Food Distribution Support Services Management & General Fundraising Total Expenses Changes in Net Assets

10,388,732

0 10,388,732

77,683 126,017 8,374,388

0

77,683 126,017

0 8,374,388

60,063

25,237

85,300

85,314

1,690

87,004

Net Assets, Beginning of Year

2,703,397

279,632

2,983,029

2,618,083

277,942

2,896,025

NET ASSETS, End of Year

2,763,460

304,869

3,068,329

2,703,397

279,632

2,983,029

This financial information has been derived from Second Harvest’s audited financial statements, which are available for review at secondharvestfoodbank.org/about-us/financial.


FINANCIAL DONORS 3M Foundation

Community West Foundation

Mr. Richard Huhn

Mr. & Mrs. James Malloy

Mr. & Mrs. M.W. Andre de la Porte

Mr. Doug Corwon & Ms. Betty Sutton

IBEW Local #1194 Line Section – Lake Avenue

Ms. Cyndi McCabe

Mr. & Mrs. Ken Abkemeier

John & Brooke Costin

Invacare, Inc.

Mrs. Lila McGinnis

AEP Ohio

Country Day School

Mr. & Mrs. David Jacobs

Mr. & Mrs. Robert McMinn

Aespire

Maureen & William E. Cromling, II

The Jake Nolan Foundation

Mercy Regional Medical Center

Amherst Foursquare Church

Ms. Linda Cunningham

Jamie’s Carpet Shop

Mrs. Ann Messenheimer

Barnes Wendling CPAs, Inc.

Ms. Margaret Czarney

Mr. Matt Janik

Ms. Jean Miller

Ms. Patricia Bazar

Mrs. Usha Rani Dacha

Mr. & Mrs. John Paul Jones

Mrs. Mary Miller

Mrs. Judith Beebe & Mr. Norman Kummerlen

Mr. & Mrs. Ronald J. Davis

Mr. & Mrs. David Joyce

Mr. David Miraldi

Mrs. Sheila Deibert

Kabat, Mielziner & Sobel

Mr. & Mrs. Fred Behm

Mr. & Mrs. David Moffatt, Jr.

Ms. Phyllis J. DeMark

Ms. Patricia Karres

Leo & Juanita Bender

Murray & Murray Co., LPA

Dr. John Dobney

Mr. Paul Kelly

Bendix Employees Club

Mrs. Louise Murray

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Eckley

Key Bank

Bennett Electric, Inc.

Ms. JR Myers

Roger & Barbara Edgerly

Mr. & Mrs. George Kinloch, II

Ms. Sarah E. Berger

The Mylander Foundation

The Elyria Schools

Mr. & Mrs. Charles Koch

Bettcher Industries, Inc.

EMH Heathcare

National Association of College Stores

Mr. & Mrs. Gary Bierly

Mr. J. Michael Faehner

Kokosing Construction Company, Inc.

Blackford Trading Co., Inc.

Mrs. Jane Fawks

Kokosing Materials, Inc.

Mr. Kirk Nevins

Francis Bonner

Fifth Third Bank

Newman’s Own Foundation

Mr. David Borling

First Congregational Church

Mr. Gary Kornblith & Ms. Carol Lasser

Mr. Robert Boucherle

First Place Bank

Rick & Tanya Bradley

First United Presbyterian Church

Senator Sherrod Brown

FirstMerit Bank, N.A.

Brownhelm Congregational United Church of Christ

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Flores

Mr. & Mrs. Vernie Buerkle Hans & Lynda Burkhardt

Mr. William Francis Mr. Gregory Freeh

Mrs. Adele Kozar Mr. & Mrs. Stephen Krupar

Ms. Gloria Larson Mr. & Mrs. Dan Lawrence

Mrs. Marcia Goff

Mr. Joseph Lewis

Mrs. Dolores J. Campana

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Goodman

Ms. Janet Limpert

Cargill Inc.

Mr. Lawrence Goodman

Mr. & Mrs. Richard Linnevers

Levis, Nolan & Company

Mr. Richard Gray

Local 2000 U.A.W

CenturyLink

Gregory Trucking

Lorain Cooperative Ministry

Charles Henry Smith Sr. Foundation

Mr. Ian R. Guthrie

Lorain County JVS

The Hampson Family Foundation

Lorain County Medical Society Foundation

Christ Episcopal Church Mr. & Mrs. Bob Clifford Columbia Community Foundation Community Foundation of Lorain County

Mr. Dave Hatcher Mrs. Victoria Hayes Mr. John Helmstetter Mr. Gregory Howe & Ms. Sandy Werner

The Nord Family Foundation

Ms. Roxanne Laine

The Cafaro Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. James Hartman

Mr. & Mrs. Quentin Nolan

Jay & Betsy Kuhn

GenOn – Avon Lake Generating Station

Mr. & Mrs. Theodore L. Chase

Ms. Peggy Needham

Mr. & Mrs. Gregory Kruszka

Ms. Marian Burkley

Central Plastics Company, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Tom McCartney

Lorain Metropolitan Housing Authority Lorain National Bank Stephen & Michelle Lucas Ms. Kimberly Malenky

Second Harvest continues to

advocate

for increased federal funding, as well as state funding for the Ohio Food Program and Ohio Agriculture Clearance Program.


US Steel Lorain Tubular Operations

The Randolph J. and Estell M. Dorn Foundation

Sodexo Foundation

Nordson Corporation Mr. & Mrs. Brad Norton

Ms. Gayle Reeves Ms. Valerie Remaklus

St. John’s United Church of Christ

Ms. Linda Vanca

Oak Grove Missionary Baptist Church

Rhenium Alloys, Inc.

St. Peter Church

VFW of Ohio Charities

Dr. Anna O’Donnell

Mr. & Mrs. William Rice

Mr. & Mrs. William Starbuck

VFW Post 1662

Ohio Edison

Mr. Eugene Rietschlin

Mrs. Donna Stetak

Walmart Foundation

Ohio Festival & Events Association

The Robert M. & Lori B. Campana Foundation

The Stocker Foundation

Mrs. Ruth Watts

Mr. Charles Stocker

Mr. Todd Westley

Ohio Metallurgical Service, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Rodachy

Ms. Linda Stotts

Our Lady of the Wayside

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Routh

Wickens, Herzer, Panza, Cook & Batista

Paul Amos & Associates, LLC

The Salvation Army – Galion Unit

Mrs. Ida Pawlisch

Sandusky/Erie County Community Foundation

Stumphauzer, O’Toole, McLaughlin, McGlamery & Loughman Co., LPA

Nordson Corporation Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Sonye

Vermilion Lagoons HOA

Wightman-Wieber Charitable Foundation

Mrs. Barbara Sullivan

Will Ptak Foundation, Inc.

Ms. Jenny Scheidler

Mr. & Mrs. Kent Sutton

Wolfey’s Bistro and Pub

Ms. Donna Perhot

Schlessman Seed Company

Ms. Sylvia Taylor

Ms. Paula M. Pietch

Schwebel Family Foundation

The Citizens Banking Company

The Woodforest Charitable Foundation

Ms. Laurie Piskur

Mrs. Tanya Sherer

The Kroger Co.

Ms. Maricia Woods

Poggemeyer Design Group, Inc.

Mr. Jeffrey Shirley

Rick & Wendy Tully

Mrs. Helen Woodward

Ms. Betty Powers

ShurTech, Inc.

The Turco Foundation

Ms. Susan Ziegler

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Prete

The Sidney Frohman Foundation

Twenty First Century Foundation

Mr. & Mrs. Paul Pustay

SIFE

UAW Local 2192

Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church Foundation

R. W. Beckett Corporation

Mrs. Thelma Slutzker

United Slovak Societies

Peck & Peck Public Accountants, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Robert Zunich


VISION FOR THE FUTURE Although the economy is slowly improving, hunger remains a critical issue for families, and especially seniors and children. For the past 30 years, Second Harvest has been the leader in alleviating hunger in our community by distributing 80 million pounds of food and grocery products, equaling 67 million meals for families struggling with hunger. Our capacity to provide food and resources through our hunger-relief network has had a direct and lasting impact across our region. Our ability to support and strengthen those devoted to addressing the issue of hunger has never been greater and yet, it is not enough. Looking to the future, we will utilize all of our resources in undertaking strategic initiatives aimed at expanding our capacity to bridge the gap and bring hope to the families we serve. Our goal remains unchanged: More Food. Less Hunger.


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Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio 2011-12 Annual Report