Our Mission

Be Concerned is deeply com-
mitted to honoring the dignity
and humanity of all persons.

Its purpose is to assist low-
income people of Northern
Kentucky in obtaining basic
necessities for life.

Sunday, December, 17, 2017


Be Concerned has operated one of the largest free food pantries in Northern Kentucky since 1987. We help low-income residents of Boone, Campbell and Kenton counties each month. We are a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit agency and all donations are tax deductible.

Heart of Be Concerned Award 2017

View the video below honoring Pauline Baumann as our 2017 Heart of Be Concerned recipient

Golf Outing 2017

Thanks so much to all of our donors, volunteers, golfers, and sponsors for making our 19th annual Golf Outing at Twin Oaks a huge success! Because of you, we had our best fundraiser to date yielding just under $57,000 to support our programs! 



Be Concerned's Home at 1100 Pike Street

We are all settled into our home at 1100 Pike Street! Thrift Store and Food Pantry donations accepted Monday-Friday from 8:00AM-4:00PM and until 6:00PM on Tuesdays! New Be Concerned building at 1100 Pike Street

Heart of Be Concerned Awards 2016

View the video below honoring Lou-Ann Holtzleiter as our 2016 Heart of Be Concerned recipient


Heart of Be Concerned Awards 2015

View the video below honoring Dolores Henson as a 2015 Heart of Be Concerned recipient

View the video below honoring the Zimmer Family as a 2015 Heart of Be Concerned recipient

Sign up for Kroger Rewards today!Sign up for Kroger Rewards today!

 Looking for an easy way to support Be Concerned without changing your normal routine? Please take a second and check out how to sign up for Kroger rewards and benefit Be Concerned simply by using your Kroger Plus Card. We will be rebated 4% of all your in-store purchases.
Click here, or the title above, to sign up or renew!


Planned Giving Under Way

   Planned Gifts – a new way                      to support Be Concerned

     Be Concerned’s free food pantry has been a godsend to thousands of low-income folks in Northern Kentucky since it opened in 1987.
   For some pantry shoppers, the program is a monthly part of their food supply, an ongoing supplemental food source that they can count on. For others, it’s a bridge to help them get through a tough stretch after they’ve lost a job or suffered some other type of economic setback. 
    The pantry has survived and thrived – currently it’s providing food to more than 800 families a month – mainly through the support of donations from the community – individuals, families, churches, schools, businesses and clubs. 
    Now, we are offering another way for supporters to help – through Planned Gifts
    Planned gifts come in two forms. 
    Legacy Gifts are typically made from assets in your estate rather than from disposable income, and may come to fruition after your lifetime. 
    Sustained Gifts are pledged at a fixed amount over a prescribed number of years.
     Whether you would like to put your donation to work today or to benefit us after your lifetime, we can help you find a Planned Gift that meets your goals. 
    With your help, Be Concerned can continue to put food on the table for Northern Kentucky households who have a tough time doing that.

Click the boxes below to learn more about Planned Gift options:

         Legacy Gifts               
                Sustained Gifts
         Donor Stories             For Attorneys and Advisers

Heart of Be Concerned Award

View the video below honoring Bill Butler as the first-ever Heart of Be Concerned award recipient.


Ever wonder whom Be Concerned serves?

These are the stories of three customers. They are among more than 800 households that your donations enable us to help each month. (Many thanks to BrandFlick for the production of the video!)