Supporting the Feeding America food banks and their affiliates serving Iowa in their work to ensure that sufficient food is accessible to all.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Meet the Photographer

Located in the Indianola area, MRogalla Photography offers photos with a purpose. Molly captures unique, iconic images that come to life with emotion. Each photo tells a story in a different way. Each preserves forever those moments of life fully lived.

Molly is an award winning photographer, an active member of the Des Moines Camera Club, and Professional Photographers of Iowa. She has collaborated with Make Mine Wine Magazine, and Mercy Hospitals Childbirth Education Department. Her work has gone on to be recognized at the local and regional level.

Serving Central Iowa, Molly will collaborate with you to arrange an enjoyable, professional photo experience – whether on location or in-studio.

The Iowa Food Bank Association had the opportunity to partner with Molly; working together to sponsor, develop and create the FEED THE NEED | NOURISH YOUR NEIGHBOR hunger awareness campaign. Through her talents, we were able to capture the lives of the families that we serve. It was truly an eye opening and humbling experience that we would like to share with all, in the communities that we serve across the state of Iowa.

Since the display's unveiling in April, at the Iowa State Capitol, FEED THE NEED | NOURISH YOUR NEIGHBOR has been highlighted in the Des Moines Register; recognized by our national parent organization, Feeding America; and will be on display in July 2014 at the World Food Prize.  The caliber of Molly’s work has been compared to the work of Pulitzer Prize winner, Dorothea Lange.

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The Latest News

  October 16, 2017By Pat Curtis An organization that fights hunger across the state has a new leader. The Iowa Food Bank Association used today’s opening of World Food Prize events in Des Moines to introduce a new executive director. Regenea Hurte says she faces a significant challenge. “We have about 10 percent of the population of Iowa that is...
Des Moines, Iowa (October 5, 2015) – Many Iowans don’t get enough to eat and struggle to put enough food on the table. These Iowans include children, working adults, and older or persons with disabilities who may be eligible for Iowa Food Assistance Program benefits but haven’t yet applied for the program. Beginning today, Iowans can call the new...

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