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Feds Feed Families Food Drive

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2021 marks the 12th annual government-wide Feds Feed Families (FFF) food drive, which encourages employees from all federal departments and agencies to give in-kind contributions -- food, services, and time -- to food banks and pantries. This year’s campaign highlights a summer of giving in June through August, along with seasonal reminders to donate throughout the year.

The 2021 campaign focuses on online donations and virtual food drives, while also providing guidance for in-person donations and events as appropriate. Federal employees can go to the website, the FFF Hub, to find out how and where to donate online or in-person at food banks and food pantries, how to organize virtual food-drives, how to find field or warehouse gleaning opportunities, and how to share donation success stories.

Since Feds Feed Families launched in 2009, this campaign has collected more than 99 million pounds of food for donation. In 2020 alone, federal employees donated more than 7 million pounds. USDA is the designated lead agency for the National Feds Feeds Families campaign for the U.S. government nationwide.

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August 10 - USDA Feds Feed Families Day of Giving Stuff the Truck Event

On August 10, the USDA Feds Feed Families team will sponsor a Day of Giving to encourage a Department-wide employee food donation event. Select USDA office locations in the National Capitol Region will provide food donation collection trucks from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., where USDA employees can drop off food items. USDA employees nationwide are also encouraged to conduct Stuff the Truck events as well where appropriate. Use this news brief (PDF, 185 KB) to promote the NCR event and encourage USDA-wide participation. Learn more about this event (PDF, 850 KB), donation locations, and how to promote it to your USDA employees to encourage giving.

2021 USDA Feds Feed Families Team

USDA Co-Chairs

Lianne Hibbert; Lula Wallace




Douglas Keeler


Joseph Tangredi


Pamela Pehrsson (NEA), Jill Stetka (NPS), Terry Brady (NPS), Maria Restrepo-Hartwig (OTT)


Wilson Sinclair


Meghan Lap


Shelly Beatty, Kristin Garcia


Matthews Smith


Brandon Walker


Bill Shaw


Fred Granja


Thomas Devine


Beverly Moseley, Cory Owens


Domoni Alexander-Bowe


Mina Kim


Joaquin Tremols


Heather Manzano