Breedlove provides food for the world's hungry, from the United States to over 65 countries around the world. Our foods are utilized in educational and medical institutions, nursing homes, in disaster relief operations, and abroad, where people are vulnerable to food insecurity.
Our donors are the true energy behind Breedlove's ability to help solve hunger. Your tax-deductible donation will assist in the production and distribution of food both domestically and throughout the world.
You can make donations online quickly and easily with our secure system. (See below for other options.)
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Please mail your check or money to:
Breedlove Foods, Inc.
1818 N. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.
Lubbock, TX 79403 USA
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