Gleaners Community Food Bank of Southeastern Michigan

Feeding Our Hungry Neighbors

For nearly 40 years, Gleaners Community Food Bank has been "feeding hungry people and nourishing our communities." Please join us in helping provide food and hope to hungry neighbors in southeast Michigan. Together, we will end hunger in our communities.



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Throughout southeast Michigan, more than 700,000 people will face hunger this year.

Help Fight Hunger

Upcoming Events

Give a Meal
Now through December 31

Give a Meal Campaign

The Feeding America network and Bank of America are joining forces to support the Give A Meal program. More »

Slow Roll for Gleaners
November 5-12, 2016

Scouting for Food

Boy Scouts of America, Venturers, Cub Scouts, and Girl Scouts will be distributing plastic grocery bags to homes in Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties. More »

November 21, 2016

Hunger Free in the D

Please join WJR Paul W. Smith show broadcasting live from Motor City Harley-Davidson for the 3rd Annual Hunger Free in the D Campaign.  More »

Food Bank News


UDIM Helps Gleaners Provide Over 61,000 Gallons of Milk

Gleaners has received 39,888 gallons of fresh milk donations over the past year from UDIM, Kroger and the Michigan Milk Producers Association.    More »


Gleaners Food Bank Receives $3,400 From VG's Grocery

Ford Motor Company Fund was created in 1949. Since then it has invested nearly $1.5 billion in civic organizations around the world.   More »

Featured Story

Get to know a Gleaner: Cooking Matters volunteer inspired to join Gleaners team

Klair Urbin says food is her life and that’s no joke! She’s a Wayne State University alumni with a double major in Biology and Nutrition & Food Science and has spent the last eight years studying food and nutrition while cooking professionally. She spends most of her free time in the kitchen or gardening and loves making food with her friends.

“My passion for food stems from an early frustration of being exposed to poor dietary habits,” she says. “Growing up, there was literally never a fresh vegetable in the house. I had never even tasted broccoli until I was 18!”

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