The Food Bank of Northern Indiana continues to help Michiana residents
With about twelve percent of people in northern Indiana being food insecure, the Food Bank of Northern Indiana is working to change that.
Throughout the pandemic, the food bank has hosted mobile, drive-through style food drives where volunteers place bags of food into the trunks of people’s cars in a contactless way.
One driver for the food bank says he has been very busy during the pandemic while completing all of the deliveries.
“It’s been busy, real busy. There’s been a lot of demand for food. Like I said, I enjoy my job, I love the people I work with, and the people I get to meet out here. I really like my job for once in my life because I’m helping people,” said Ron Albert, truck driver for the Food Bank of Northern Indiana.
For a list of times and locations for future food drives, visit here.