Posted on Nov 08, 2018
Our guest today was Tim Anderson from the Bridgeville Food Bank.  A check was presented to Tim today in the amount of $1350.   "Eliminate food insecurity and the worry that goes with it is something we can all do together. By supporting the Food Bank, donors and volunteers and everyone in the community can be part of a lasting solution for people who are struggling.






The Bridgeville Food Bank started in 1982 as a member of the PGH Area Food bank, but eventually broke away because they became self sufficient.  They rely on donations from individuals and businesses to help them. 


The Bridgeville Food Bank helps low income families. Right now they are helping 94 families with the number of senior citizens currently on the rise.  In August, there were 33 senior citizens needing assistance, right now that number is up to 56.