Black Diamond Foundation

Community Food Bank (CFB) Receives Funds to Assist with Cargo Van Purchase

The Black Diamond Foundation recently donated $20,000 to the CFB towards the purchase of a climate controlled Ford Transit 250 cargo van.
Community Comes Together to Fight Hunger

Community Comes Together to Fight Hunger

This year’s Empty Bowls to benefit the Community Food Bank (CFB) brought together local restaurants and businesses who joined forces to help fight hunger. The following raised a total of $9813.61 by donating a portion of their gross sales…
Special Thanks to Our Empty Bowls Radio Sponsor Citrus 95.3.

Special Thanks to Our Empty Bowls Radio Sponsor Citrus 95.3

Catch Us on the Radio! Special Thanks to Our Empty Bowls Radio Sponsor Citrus 95.3. Barbara Sprague interview with Laura Vaughn.
Special Thanks to Our Empty Bowls Radio Sponsor Nature Coast Country

Special Thanks to Our Empty Bowls Radio Sponsor Nature Coast Country

Catch Us on the Radio! Special Thanks to Our Empty Bowls Radio Sponsor Nature Coast Country. Barbara Sprague interview with Heather Jennings.

Special Thanks to Our Empty Bowls Radio Sponsor Fox 96.7

Catch Us on the Radio! Special Thanks to Our Empty Bowls Radio Sponsor Fox 96.7. Barbara Sprague interview with Bo Hamilton.
Community Food Bank Featured on Bay News 9

Community Food Bank Featured on Bay News 9

Special thank you to Katya Guillaume and Bay News 9 for helping bring awareness of food insecurity throughout our area and getting the word out about our Empty Bowls event April 11-17th! View Story
Empty Bowls 4th Annual

Dine-in or Carry Out for a Good Cause

Community Food Bank's Citrus Empty Bowls event brings together local restaurants and businesses who are joining forces to help fight hunger.
Community Food Bank Recognized by Citrus County EOC

Community Food Bank Recognized by Citrus County EOC

The Community Food Bank (CFB) was awarded the Commander’s Award of Excellence by the Citrus County Sheriff’s Department Emergency Operations Division.
Community Food Bank of Citrus County Named Chronicle Non-Profit of the Year

Community Food Bank of Citrus County Named Chronicle Non-Profit of the Year

We are honored to have been named the Chronicle Non-Profit of the Year by the Citrus County Chronicle.  The year 2020 was one of the most challenging in recent history. The demand for food assistance grew significantly – but so did…
End-of-Year Charitable Giving

End-of-Year Charitable Giving Sometimes Comes with Added Benefits

Qualified Charitable Distribution Can Be a Tax-Efficient Way to Donate Money to Charity The Community Food Bank of Citrus County (CFBCC) is honored when an individual or business chooses to make a donation to support our organization. …
Community Food Bank of Citrus County is Honored to be Presented with a $10,000 Donation from SHERLOQ® Group

Community Food Bank of Citrus County is Honored to be Presented with a $10,000 Donation from SHERLOQ® Group

Pictured from Left to Right – CFBCC Volunteers Bill Daily and Arthur Chew Proudly Display the Generous Donation The Community Food Bank of Citrus County (CFBCC) was presented with a $10,000 gift made on behalf of Deborah MacArthur Anderson,…
United Way of Citrus County Helps CFBCC Make Thanksgiving Happy for Families in Need

United Way of Citrus County Helps CFBCC Make Thanksgiving Happy for Families in Need

Pictured from left to right: Meghan Pitzer, CEO of the United Way of Citrus Countyand Barbara Sprague, executive director of CFBCC. The Community Food Bank of Citrus County (CFBCC) would like to extend a special thank you to the United Way…