Help end hunger in Ohio by supporting the Ohio Association of Second Harvest Foodbanks to provide food to low-income hungry Ohioans and their families by making a donation on-line.

  • All donations are tax-deductible. 

  • For every $1 donated OASHF provides 5 meals. 

To make a donation on-line, please click on the Network for Good icon. If you prefer to by mail, please contact Bob Wicks, or send your check or money order payable to:

Ohio Association of Second Harvest Foodbanks;

51 North High Street, Suite 761; Columbus, Ohio 43215


Thank you for all your help to end hunger in Ohio.


Making America Stronger:

The US Food Stamp Program (a new video)

Ohio Association of Second Harvest Foodbanks

SFY 2005/2006 Biannual Report

Who we are and what we do in a nut shell


Explore the economic realities of a significant

portion of Ohio's workforce

Public Assistance Programs In the News

Do I qualify for Food Stamps?

Current News Stories

Technology a blessing and a curse in feeding needy

Ohio Advocates for the Poor says more working families need help with food

Food Pantries Struggling with Shortages

Archived News Stories

HEAP: Are you eligible for winter heating assistance?

How can I find food locally in Ohio? 

Women, Infants, & Children (WIC)

Senior Farmer's Market Nutrition Program (SFMNP)

Ohio's farming community at local Farmer's Markets 

Find a local farmer's market/pick-your-own suporters of OACP

How can children participate in the Summer Food Service Program?

The Benefit Bank

Special News Reports

Waiting in the Food Line as reported by 60 Minutes 11

(Aired August 2003) Correspondent Scott Pelley reports from the frontlines of another war, a war that, we were surprised to learn, may be more desperate than it's been in years. We look at the war on poverty, the war on hunger, up close and personal. The statistics are disturbing, and the personal stories of some working, church-going Americans who can't afford to feed their families are heartbreaking. 

Food Shortage In The Homeland

(Aired July 2003) It's only mid-morning in Logan, Ohio, but, as CBS News Correspondent Cynthia Bowers reports, some of the food is already running out. Twice a month in this small town on the edge of Appalachia, groceries are given away. You could call it a "line" of the times, because in a growing number of American communities making ends meet means waiting for a handout.  (This was the fourth in a month-long series of reports called "Making Ends Meet" about how families are coping with the tough economy, unemployment and smaller retirement accounts.)

Advocate for the Commodity Supplemental Food Program

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Over 12,000 low-income seniors in Ohio depend on this vital nutrition program. It is on the chopping block in FY's 2007 Presidential budget. Please watch the video to see how you can help.

Q&A's Regarding the CSFP FY 2007 Budget Request

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