Spanakorizo Recipe

spanakorizo recipe Recipe by Cathy Collins  I wish I could say my hiatus in writing (and cooking) was because I spent some time exploring the Ancient Ruins of Greece or sailing the Mediterranean.  Sadly, it wasn’t.  Life just has a way of handing us detours once in a while.  Mine did, but I am back […]

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Meet Our Staff

Meet Jose! Jose Huerta has been with Food Finders Food Bank for little over a year now as our Inventory Assistant. He handles all of the inventory, purchasing, and logistics for all inbound and outbound product for FFFB. What did you do before you came here? Treasurer, Manager for a local restaurant. What is your education and/or […]

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Meet Our Staff!

Meet Eric! Eric has been our Semi Truck Driver for more than 2 years. Eric drives all over Indiana to pick up manufacturer donations, inventory purchases, and bulk items. He is also a Forklift Trainer. What did you do before you came here? I worked for H.P. Products as their driver. What is your education […]

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Meet Our Staff!

Meet Katy! Katy Bunder has been the Executive Director for Food Finders Food Bank for the past 7 years. Katy helps guide the organization through her leadership skills to ensure we are meeting our mission. What did you do before you came here? I worked in graduate school admissions for the Krannert School of Management and […]

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Meet our Staff!

Meet Tawny! Tawny Howe has served Food Finders Food Bank for little over 21 years in a variety of ways. She currently serves as our Director of Business where she handles our finances, food sourcing, and inventory. Let’s learn more about Tawny! What did you do before you came here?  Accounting at a boat factory What […]

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Meet Clara!

Clara is the Volunteer of the Month for July! Clara Lamie has been a long-term, dedicated, motivated volunteer at Food Finders Food Bank for almost 16 years!  Originally from Benton County, she moved to Lafayette where she raised her family of 5. She learned about Food Finders Food Bank through watching TV. “I didn’t want […]

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Sigma Pi Leads Effort for Purdue Food Pantry

Journal and Courier, November 20, 2014 In February, Purdue University junior John Baier knew he wanted to do something to make a positive impact on campus. He just wasn’t sure what. That’s when Mel Gruver, assistant dean of civic engagement and leadership development at Purdue, floated the idea of establishing a campus food pantry catering […]

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Food Finders Food Bank Receives 2014 Exemplary Community Partner Award

Purdue Today, November 19, 2014 Food Finders Food Bank has received Purdue’s 2014 Exemplary Community Partner Award. The award recognizes local nonprofits that provide opportunities for Purdue students to enhance their education through volunteer and service-learning activities. The award carries a $1,000 cash prize, and it will be presented on Jan. 24 at Mackey Arena […]

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That’s the Way the Pumpkin Crumbles

Written and developed by Cathy Collins We have all heard about the numerous benefits of eating dinner together.  There are plenty of experts from the medical industry to social services to the diet and weight loss industry who tell us sitting down and the table and having a meal with friends and family as part […]

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