All across our region, 717,000 people face hunger every day – a number that is increasing in the wake of COVID-19. The fact is, hunger and food access issues aren’t limited to specific zip codes: food insecurity exists in every county in the U.S.

Along with everyone else in the country – and across the world – we are learning how to move forward in these uncertain times. Typically held as an annual one-day large scale volunteer event, this year’s UNITED2FEED will shift in action, but not in focus. 

Committed to regional IMPACT, we’ve partnered with SHARE Food Program to elevate their work to address food insecurity in our region. Due to COVID-19, they are anticipating serving 30% more individuals and families as food shortages spread and cost rises. 

With your sponsorship support, we can reduce food insecurity for individuals and families across Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey.  

Because #WEAREUNITED2FEED, we fight to measurably and meaningfully reduce poverty, one food box at a time. 

Interested in making a contribution towards this effort? Please contact Elizabeth Maninfior emaninfior@unitedforimpact.org.

Give the Gift of a Full Pantry


No one deserves to question where their next meal will come from. That’s why your support is needed now more than ever. When you sponsor this year’s UNITED2FEED, you invest in powerful resources to impact our region and fight hunger together.


Last year, hundreds of corporate volunteers joined us at Valley Forge Casino for our largest food packing event of the year.

This annual event provided more than 1,300 pantries with food and helped to feed thousands of individuals and families throughout our region.

We are grateful to our sponsors and volunteers who made this work possible.


  • Help stock hundreds of local food pantries & cupboards throughout greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey through our Partnership with SHARE Food Program. 
  • Provide over 100,000 meals to individuals and families in need.
  • Elevate and support SHARE Food Program’s ability to pack and distribute thousands of pounds of non-perishable food to members of our community.
  • Bring awareness to the issue of food insecurity in our region as well as the increased need for food and resources due to the impact COVID-19.

2020 Sponsors


Bob and Hannah

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