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The 'Got Food?' App Directs Users to Food Banks and Soup Kitchens

 - Aug 16, 2016
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A couple of teenage innovators based in the town of Hinsdale, Illinois have developed an extremely innovative and ingenious charitable food app, dubbed 'Got Food?', that is designed to make it easier than ever to organize information pertaining to the locations and facilities offered by food banks and pantries in the area.

The app features 111 food pantries and soup kitchens run by the Food Bank for Central and Northeast Missouri. By making use of this charitable food app, users can access information about different soup kitchen and food bank locations, including their hours of operation, phone number and other pertinent information.

Food banks are a great concept, but they're not always utilized to the fullest. The 'Got Food?' app changes that by using the power of information to direct people to food banks.