Anonymous donor offers $1 for every MANNA FoodBank Facebook like from now to Christmas Eve


A great, easy way to give. Put the word out on Facebook and let’s get this worthy local organization some cash.

From the MANNA FoodBank Facebook page:

From now until Christmas Eve – for every “Like” we receive for our Facebook page, a generous and anonymous donor will donate one dollar to MANNA – that turns into 3 meals. The likes need to be for our page – not just an individual post (though we like those as well). Already liked us and still want to help? Tell a friend. Thanks for your amazing support WNC.

Distribution volunteer at MANNA FoodBank

Like their page here.

About MANNA Foodbank:


MANNA FoodBank’s mission is to involve, educate, and unite people in the work of ending hunger in Western North Carolina.

Company Overview

MANNA FoodBank is a private, not-for-profit service organization, founded in 1982, that links the food industry with 231 partner agencies in 16 counties of WNC.


MANNA FoodBank collects, stores, warehouses and distributes food to MANNA accredited non profits throughout 16 counties in Western North Carolina. MANNA provides direct service on a very limited basis to those struggling with hunger through our MANNA Packs for Kids Program and Food Stamp Outreach. MANNA assists partner agencies with acquiring food to serve those facing hunger.


Like local charity's Facebook page, anonymous donor gives $1 December 21, 2012 - 1:50 pm

[…] It’s the last few days to donate: The MANNA Foodbank campaign we highlighted on Ashvegas last month ends on Monday.  […]

carolyn and Jim sylvester December 2, 2012 - 6:47 pm

a wonderful living testimony of what Jesus would do. Feed the hungry clothe the naked take care of the less unforunate. Matthew 25. lets all remember this. Thanks Kevin for serving, thanks Jim for serving with Jesus’ hands and feet.

Donor offers $1 for every MANNA FoodBank Facebook like from now to Christmas Eve - Citizen Thymes November 30, 2012 - 1:05 am

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