Fox59 (February 12): Yellow pantries popping up across Hamilton County meet immediate hunger need
A dozen bright yellow wooden pantries are popping up across Hamilton County, and the hope is they will help neighbors in Indiana’s wealthiest county who just need to make it to the next paycheck.
Current in Noblesville (January 12): Self Service
Noblesville couple’s food pantry system keeps growing.
Current (December 29): Noblesville Couple’s Pantry System Keeps Growing
Mark Hall remembers what it was like living paycheck to paycheck. Hall said he and his wife, Lisa, never had to go to a food pantry but there were times at the end of the week they would eat canned food.
Hamilton County Reporter (December 11): Feeding Team Opens Three New Outdoor Food Pantries
FeedingTeam.org is pleased to announce the deployment of three additional outdoor free food pantries, bringing the total to 12 in service in Hamilton County.
The Times 24/7 (December 10): Three Food Pantries Come to County
FeedingTeam.org is pleased to announce the deployment of three additional outdoor free food pantries bringing the total to twelve in service in Hamilton County.
Morse Lake Living (October): Take what you need, give what you can
Oakbay residents Mark and Lisa Hall launched their company charity Feeding Families, eleven years ago. What began as food donations to Shepherd Community Center grew this year with the launch of free outdoor food pantries in Noblesville, Cicero, and Arcadia.
The Times 24/7 (October 2): Faces of Hamilton County
What makes Mark Hall smile? “Lisa’s smile, grandkids’ laughs and watching someone achieve,” said Mark Hall of Noblesville.
Hamilton Country Reporter (July 31): Take what you need, give what you can
Noblesville residents Mark and Lisa Hall are passionate about their community. They also have a deep concern for food-challenged people in Hamilton County.
The Times 24/7 (July 2): Feeding Families Opens 2 More New Food Pantries
Mark and Lisa Hall of Noblesville — who created Feeding Families Hamilton County and opened six food pantries in early April thanks to the help of Ivy Tech Noblesville students, who built the pantries — launched two more food pantries on Monday.
The Times 24/7 (April 18): Hall Way to Heaven
Mark and Lisa Hall were food challenged in their early years in Noblesville, particularly after a house fire in 1991. “The community helped us in ways that we will never be able to repay,” said Noblesville’s Mark Hall.