The Kansas Food Bank (KFB), was incorporated in 1983 and began operations in 1984, provides comprehensive and compassionate HungerCare whenever and wherever it is needed to safeguard the health, well-being and productivity of food-insecure Kansas families and their children, as well as senior citizens, the homeless and the chronically ill and impoverished among us. KFB serves over 700 Hunger Relief partners in 85 Kansas counties distributing over 12 million meal each year. KFB is the main source of food for over 200 food pantries, shelters and soup kitchens. KFB programs include Food 4 Kids, Senior Boxes, Mobile Pantries, Hygiene Pantry and SNAP Outreach which reaches at risk, food insecure children, families and seniors. Our goal is to ensure no Kansan go hungry.