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Food banks are crucial for providing nourishment to millions of Americans, and milk is one of the most requested items. Milk is the top food source for three of the nutrients most likely to be missing in kids’ diets – calcium, vitamin D and potassium. But despite the demand, it’s one of the least donated items at food banks. On average, food banks are only able to provide the equivalent of less than one gallon per person per year.

Together, Feeding America® – the nation’s largest domestic hunger relief organization – and America’s dairy community have delivered more than 31 million servings of fresh milk to children and families who need it most.

Your donation will help deliver fresh milk to people in central and southern Illinois.

Donate today!