Donation helps present nutritious meat to the hungry of the Hoosier State.

Indianapolis, IN (October 19, 2017) – Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry (FHFH) has acquired a $30,000 grant from the Walmart Basis’s State Giving Program to help with the group’s starvation reduction effort within the state of Indiana. This grant will positively affect native communities by enabling FHFH to supply nutritious meat from donated deer and livestock to meals banks and ministries that feed these in want.

“The Walmart Basis continues to be a trustworthy associate in our mission to assist hunters and farmers handle the numerous starvation downside in Indiana and throughout the nation,” mentioned FHFH Government Director Josh Wilson. “This grant will assist hunters and farmers within the state present meat for over 60,000 meals to the hungry this searching season.”

FHFH offers hunters and farmers in Indiana the chance to donate deer and livestock to 24 taking part butcher retailers for processing and distribution to meals banks, shelters, soup kitchens and ministries that feed the hungry. The group raises monetary help to pay the meat processing payments.

“Walmart has all the time invested within the communities we serve and we’re proud to have the ability to help Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry proper right here in Indiana,” mentioned Market Supervisor Corey Langston. “Walmart believes of their mission to supply meat and protein to Hoosiers throughout the state and hopes that we are able to proceed to assist this group and others make a distinction for our space prospects.”

The Walmart Basis helps organizations by awarding grants which have a long-lasting, constructive affect on communities throughout the U.S. To be thought of for help, candidates will need to have a present 501(c)(three) tax-exempt standing. Extra details about this system’s funding tips and software course of can be found on-line at

As a part of Walmart’s $2 billion dedication to battle starvation, Walmart shops in Indiana donated 17.three million kilos of meals, in fiscal 12 months 2017, or the equal of 14.four million meals. The truth is, simply within the final giving cycle, Walmart gave over $500,000 to 13 Indiana nonprofits. For extra info on Walmart’s battle towards starvation, go to

About Farmers and Hunters Feeding the Hungry:
Folks throughout America who wrestle with meals insecurity are sometimes determined for meat and protein objects. FHFH offers nutritious meat to feeding packages and ministries that assist these in want by paying native butcher retailers to course of deer and livestock which can be donated by farmers and hunters. Meat for 18.7 million meals has been donated, processed and distributed by FHFH since 1997. The group welcomes new supporters and volunteers to hitch the trigger. To be taught extra please go to, name toll-free 866-438-3434, or electronic mail

About Philanthropy at Walmart:
By utilizing our strengths to assist others, Walmart and the Walmart Basis create alternatives for folks to stay higher every single day. We have now shops in 28 nations, using greater than 2.2 million associates and doing enterprise with hundreds of suppliers who, in flip, make use of thousands and thousands of individuals. We’re serving to folks stay higher by accelerating upward job mobility and financial growth for the retail workforce; addressing starvation and making more healthy, extra sustainably-grown meals a actuality; and constructing robust communities the place we function and galvanizing our associates to offer again. Whether or not it’s serving to to steer the battle towards starvation in america with $2 billion in money and in-kind donations or supporting Girls’s Financial Empowerment by a sequence of grants totaling $10 million to the Girls in Factories coaching program in Bangladesh, China, India and Central America, Walmart and the Walmart Basis should not solely working to deal with key social points, we’re additionally collaborating with others to encourage options for long-lasting systemic change. To be taught extra about Walmart’s giving, go to