We accept both designated and undesignated donations, for operational and capital needs. Manna is also able to accept gifts of stocks or other appreciable assets. Often a donor can realize significant tax savings by making such a donation. We encourage donors to consider us in their estate planning. Consult with your financial advisor for more information.
Manna’s mission is to offer emergency food assistance, service the food-related needs of vulnerable populations, and engage the entire community in the fight against hunger. Your support is critical to our mission!
With demand at an all-time high, Manna must purchase more food than ever to meet the needs of the families we serve. Your donations are used to purchase the foods that traditional food drives don’t bring in like fresh produce, dry milk, peanut butter and canned fruit.
Manna continually seeks donations of products and services to keep our costs down and direct our limited financial resources toward feeding the hungry. In addition to food donations, we also seek the following in-kind sponsorships: postage, printing, office supplies, copy paper, social media, and advertising. Still not sure the best way to donate? Gift cards are a great option too!
If you have an item or service to donate, we’re happy to discuss its value to Manna. Please don’t hesitate to contact Barbara Coffey at (850)432-2053 or firstname.lastname@example.org with your donation questions.
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Manna is a local grassroots organization fighting hunger in Escambia and Santa Rosa counties. We provide groceries directly to individuals and families in need. • Our services are all offered free of charge. We receive no government funding and have no national affiliation. Most of our funding comes from individuals, foundations, faith-based organizations, corporations, and businesses. Manna is nonsectarian, community focused and volunteer supported. • We believe every person has a right to live free of hunger and to be treated with respect and dignity.