Mountaineer Food Bank announced that it has acquired 8 acres of property adjoining the facilities property.

This purchase will give Mountaineer Food Bank the ability for future expansion of their current facility to better serve the food insecure population in West Virginia.

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(from L-R standing) Clint Bischoff- MFB Board Member/Attorney
Barbara Adams- President- Central West Virginia Outreach
Mike Chapman- MFB Board Member
Jim Smallridge- MFB Board Member
(Sitting) Chad Morrison- MFB Executive Director

The recent purchase of this property fits well into Mountaineer Food Banks strategic plans and mission to feed West Virginia’s hungry.

By purchasing this property Mountaineer Food Bank will begin the early phases of expansion planning.

“Mountaineer Food Bank is committed to meeting the needs of West Virginia’s hungry. This acquisition allows the food bank the opportunity for strategic growth in the future with tremendous potential. The space will allow us the ability to make the right choices to provide for West Virginia and our partners throughout the state” commented Chad Morrison, Executive Director of Mountaineer Food Bank.

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About Mountaineer Food Bank

Mountaineer Food Bank is a 501(c) (3) non-profit hunger relief organization that serves 48 counties in West Virginia. Our network consists of over 400 feeding programs including soup kitchens, food pantries, shelters, senior programs and Backpack Program. To learn more about Mountaineer Food Bank and how to help solve hunger in your community, visit our website at

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