Meet Our Donors
Hunger in America is complex, widespread and enduring. That's why many donors to Feeding America choose to make long-term commitment to ending hunger by giving a planned gift, also known as legacy gifts.
When you give a planned gift to Feeding America, you'll become a member of the van Hengel Society, named in honor of John van Hengel, who founded America's first food bank in 1979.
Below, read about the donors who are helping to end hunger in America—today and tomorrow.
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