National Community Focus
The WoodmenLife National Community Focus of fighting hunger unites members of the WoodmenLife family, as well as our sales and Home Office associates, to make a difference. WoodmenLife also supports efforts to fight hunger in its corporate giving.
WoodmenLife Fights Hunger With National Community Focus
Events like organizing food drives and stuffing backpacks for schools are an important part of the thousands of community service events WoodmenLife and its members organize each year to support families, give back to communities and celebrate our country.
Building on a long history of giving back and helping others, the WoodmenLife National Community Focus has been actively fighting hunger in local communities across the country since 2015.
“The need to address this widespread problem is even greater now than it was when we launched the National Community Focus of fighting hunger in 2015. We are continually humbled to see how dedicated all the members of the WoodmenLife family are to this effort.”
Patrick L. Dees
WoodmenLife President & CEO
Fighting Hunger: Our Efforts
From donating a couple hours of their time to organizing large-scale fundraisers, members of the WoodmenLife family help fight hunger in their local communities any way they can, through efforts including:
Our Efforts By The Numbers
WoodmenLife members enlist their communities to fight hunger by giving their time, food and monetary donations.
Donation StatsTotal Since 2015
Pounds of Food Collected1,116,471
Monetary Donations$ 3,163,542
Building Partnerships to Fight Hunger
WoodmenLife also gives back in Omaha, NE, where the organization has been headquartered since our founding in 1890. WoodmenLife associates donate their time to volunteering with these partners on a regular basis, and WoodmenLife organizes fundraisers throughout the year.
Contact a Representative to join the WoodmenLife family and our fight against hunger.
Hunger By the Numbers
Americans struggle with hunger
American children live in food-insecure households
American senior citizens currently face hunger
1 in 7 children
may not know where they’ll get their next meal
of U.S. counties with the highest percentage of children at risk for food insecurity are rural; many of our WoodmenLife members live in these communities.
of counties with the highest food insecurity rates are in rural communities.
Statistics provided by Feeding America
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