On Wednesday Feed Evansville planned to make their final stop in the Pleasant Ridge neighborhood, but that's no longer the case.
On Monday Lisa Vaughan, Feed Evansville Chair, told 44News the program was coming to a halt due to lack of funding and the pandemic slowly winding down.
After receiving private donations, Vaughan says they're able to make one more stop.
"We've had a couple private donors come forth with some donations of in-kind canned goods and some monetary donations," said Vaughan. "On September 15th, we'll be able to go out into one more neighborhood and provide a small bag of food for everybody in that particular neighborhood."
The news of the mobile program possibly ending is upsetting to some like Daniel Morgan, who say's he relies on services like this.
"It shouldn't be the end you know because you still have to eat." said Morgan.
The good news of them receiving donations to help continue funding the program come just in time for the month of September, a month dedicated to bring awareness to food insecurity in the Tri-State.
"It is action hunger month, together we will Feed Evansville, together we can lower the food insecurity rate." said Vaughan.