The South Plains Food Bank is helping families struggling with high gas prices and a slumping economy. The food bank is offering fresh bread to qualified families from now until November. Theyre doing this because of a generous gift from Mrs. Bairds. The company is celebrating 100 years in the baking business, and theyre donating 10,000 loaves to the South Plains Food Bank. "Weve gotten bread for a long time but its usually been day old or so, but this is fresh bread that smells good when you get it so its gonna be very helpful to those out here in the South Plains," says SPFBs Board President Kyle Rogers. The South Plains Food Bank also welcomes perishable, non perishable, and monetary donations from individuals. You can drop off your donations at the food bank on Locust Avenue.