Kiev City Charity Foundation Food Bank (KCCF Food Bank) is a non-profit, public-benefit and non-entrepreneurial organization with the main statutory goal to unite efforts of different organizations, businesses and individuals for charity activities, aimed to improve food security of socially vulnerable people and fight hunger.

KCCF Food Bank was set up in Ukraine in April 2011 with support of the European Federation of Food Bank, which was established in 1986 and today includes 240 Food Bank organizations in 21 countries of Europe.

KCCF Food Bank does not distribute food among people in need itself, but does it with help of charitable and/or public non-profit organizations which support such people and can provide adequate control over the products' distribution. As of December 2011 KCCF Food Bank works with 57 charities.

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On June 22, 2012, the Department of the State Migration Service of Ukraine in Odessa region organized a celebration of the World Refugee Day in the Temporary Accommodation Center in the city of Odessa. Representatives of the UNHCR executive partner - Public Movement "Faith, Hope, Love" - also took part in the celebration. Employees of the organization together with refugee children and asylum-seekers, residing at the Temporary Accommodation Center, drew a joint thematic picture on the wall in front of the children's playground. Moreover, all kids received sweet presents from KCCF Food Bank, which excited them a lot.