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Veterans Table: How the Mountaineer FoodBank and Partners Serve the Veterans Who Served Us


Over 13,000 veterans in West Virginia experience food insecurity. The Mountaineer FoodBank fights that food insecurity with their Veterans Table program, which provides shelf-stable and fresh foods to veterans, including those who are homebound.

“To think that someone could serve our country at 18, 19, 20 years old and one day not have food on their table, it’s just not OK with me. We can do better here in West Virginia,” Huntington Bank Regional President Chad Prather said.

Veterans are the last to ask for handouts, yet so many in West Virginia are hungry.  Help the Mountaineer FoodBank in serving veterans – just like they’ve served us. Join Huntington Bank and other community partners in our effort to expand the Veterans Table program to Charleston and Parkersburg – so  that every single veteran in the Mountain State has food on the table.

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