Feeding America




Millions of people could be turning to food banks to get their families through these difficult times. With your help, we can get food to local families in need and make sure no one goes hungry.

44News, Allen Media Broadcasting, Feeding America, and our local food banks have partnered together to help collect donations now. Click the DONATE link below to make a monetary donation, which will be used to purchase and distribute food through the tri-state's Feeding America food banks.

Volunteers are also needed to help sort, package or distribute food. If you’re interested in helping, just click the VOLUNTEER link for your area food bank below, and Feeding America will work with you to find a time that works for your schedule.

No one should go hungry. If you or your family need food assistance, please click the FIND HELP link for your area food bank below to find local food assistance in your area.



44News has partnered with the Tri-State Food Bank to help make sure food gets to those who need it. The Feeding America food bank in our area is:

Tri-State Food Bank
801 E. Michigan Street
Evansville, IN 47711
(812) 425-0775
Text 44FOOD to 41444 to donate
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You can also reach out directly to the food bank in your area to donate, volunteer, or find help. Together, we can feed America and help our communities get through.

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Wednesday morning marked our coldest start to a day in nearly 3 weeks - morning low temperatures dove into the single digits for much of the Tri-State and our northerly winds routinely drove wind chill values well below zero throughout the Lower Ohio Valley. If there was any silver lining, our clear skies did allow temperatures to climb back into the mid 20s later in the day; though Evansville’s peak temperature of 25° remained 17° below average for this time of the year. The clear skies are expected to linger throughout the evening and much of the night ahead and will allow temperatures to fall back down into the mid to low teens early Thursday morning. We will fall to 14° in Evansville around daybreak Thursday.
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