Food For The Hungry Winter Grant Application Now Open


MOUNT VERNON —This year, Food For The Hungry has established a financial goal of $250,000 and hopes to collect as many non-perishable food items as the community can donate. The Food For The Hungry of Knox County’s grant application process for the 2022 campaign is now open, and will remain open until Tuesday, Nov. 15 at 12pm, noon. Applications submitted after 12pm on Nov. 15 will not be accepted.

The FFTH Executive Board allocates a portion of the goal for the winter grant applications to non-profit groups in Knox County that distribute food to those in need.

 Food for the Hungry welcomes applications for grants up to $2,000 per organization. Grants are awarded with consideration of the number of people being served, the number of monthly volunteers involved, and other factors detailed in the application.

The grant application is located at The application link can be found on the home page or under the ‘Who We Help’ tab. Applications are due by Tuesday, November 15, 2022, at 12:00pm, noon. Grant awardees will be notified by Monday, Dec. 5. and announced during the Food For The Hungry live video and radio broadcast on Friday, Dec. 9 at the Memorial Theater inside the Knox Memorial.

Throughout the next five weeks, the Mount Vernon News, WNZR 90.9 FM,, Oldies 100.9/13WMVO, and 93.7 The Super Q will provide information and articles about the needs, announcements, and important notices about upcoming Food For The Hungry events. Information is also available at, the event Facebook page,, and on Instagram @ffthcares.

Those interested in the Live Broadcast on Dec. 9 can watch in person, on the livestream on or listen live on 100.9 FM and 13WMVO. Hear live updates all day on 90.9FM WNZR and 93.7 The Super Q, WQIO.

For more information on the grant application process, volunteering and donations toward our $250,000 goal, contact Executive Director Lisa Mazzari at (740) 398-0569 or email

Thanks to this generous community and continued support as we work together to care for our neighbors.


Information courtesy of Food for the Hungry