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Angie Deak Joins Growing Milford Food Bank

Milford, Ind. – Milford Food Bank is proud to announce the hiring of Angie Deak as its new Development Manager. In this new capacity, Deak will be responsible for communications, marketing, fundraising relationships and events, leading the coordination of volunteers and helping with partner development.

The Milford Food Bank board and volunteers are very excited to add an individual with the skills and experience Deak has in order to faithfully enhance their operations and meet their goals for growth and expansion while maintaining their mission of serving God, the community and their pantry and outreach partners. Deak, a Milford native, holds a degree in Business Administration with two decades of experience in marketing, sales and graphic design. Moreover, she has a passion for the wellbeing of her community and is deeply rooted in the Milford area.

Deak currently serves as the Vice President of Meet Milford, a non-profit organization that coordinates local events like Food Truck Friday that brings together community members, organizations and businesses. In addition, Deak is the owner of Made on Main, a creative studio on Main Street in Milford, that employs local and talented art instructors to make the arts accessible to all ages and skill levels. Deak holds positions on multiple committees related to downtown redevelopment and economic improvements for Milford. She and her husband, Mike, have two daughters, and they attend Wawasee Community Bible Church.

Deak began this week and will be working to meet the volunteers and pantry representatives. Deak said “I am looking forward to helping continue the growth of the food bank. The people and families touched by the generosity of so many at the food bank is evident that God is working here in a big way. You can feel it. I’m blessed to be a part of it.”

Milford Food Bank is a faith based organization with a mission of sharing the love of Christ by providing food to those in need. It serves over 180 organizations throughout Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan and distributes over 350,000 pounds of food each month to community kitchens, residential facilities, backpack programs and other community food distribution organizations. To get involved with the food bank, visit

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