hand to hand campaign


Feeding South Dakota depends on the generosity of the local food industry and organizational donors who are willing to donate their surplus food and raise funds to help feed those in need. We have so many generous donors that it is not possible to list them all at the same time so keep checking our website for new donor partners. The list that follows includes some of our key and recent donor partners. Our needs usually outpace our resources so thanks to all who help so generously.



Retail Donor Partners:

Hy Vee Foods, Walmart Stores, Sam’s Club, Lewis Drugs, Costco, and Target Stores.

Producer Donor Partners:

Deans Foods/Land O Lakes, John Morrell, Grand Prairie Foods, Interbake Foods and Valley Queen Cheese.

Food Drive Donor Partners:

Boy Scouts of America, National Association of Letter Carriers, Wells Fargo, Graco Inc. and the Sioux Falls Middle School Student Hunger Drive.

Restaurant Donor Partners:

Arby's, and Pizza Hut,


Midwest Dairy Association, South Dakota Cattleman's Association, South Dakota Corn Growers Association

Other Partners:

South Dakota Dental Hygiene Association and Sunnycrest UMC (donated toothbrushes to be distributed through the BackPack Program twice during the 2012-13 school year)
Wristbands.net (provided 200 orange "Feeding South Dakota - So No One Goes Hungry" wristbands)



Retail Donor Partners:

Family Thrift Centers, Walmart Stores, Sam’s Club, Safeway, Sara Lee Bakery, Country Hearth, Ellsworth AirForce Base Commissary, Loaf and Jug, Walgreens and Target Stores.

Producer Donor Partners:

Coca Cola and Pepsi

Food Drive Donor Partners:

National Association of Letter Carriers, Black Hills State University, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology, Boy Scouts and the Girl Scouts.


Sportsman Against Hunger



Retail Donor Partners:

Walmart Stores


Other local donors also include Heartland Paper, Variety Foods, Orion and Hot Stuff Foods, just to name a few. 

We are also a member of the Good 360 network.


If you or your organization has an interest in helping to eliminate hunger in this state by becoming a Feeding South Dakota Donor, please contact Neil Hlebichuk in Sioux Falls, Monica Leitheiser in Rapid City or Russ Hofeldt in Pierre.