Crews are busy cleaning and making repairs to Second Harvest Food Bank's new building near the Tri-Cities Regional Airport.
Officials tell us all the space will give the food bank room to grow, but a timeline to finish is still not set. That's why the group is asking for help, either volunteers or donations.
"We need to be in this facility now and it would be great if we could get community support. Corporations, churches, civic organizations, individuals, foundations could all make an investment in this facility," said Rhonda Chaffin with Second Harvest Food Bank.
News 5 learned Second Harvest is selling it's current facility, which is debt free, that building is in Gray.
They're hoping to use those funds to help pay for the new facility.