Bravo, food bank, for putting your message out to the people in as many ways as possible — including Facebook, it seems.
As of now, they only have about six followers, but I’m willing to bet that’s going to change quickly. If you’re interested, you may also want to check out the food bank’s Web site, which has a lot more information than you can fit into 140 characters.
Update: Chronicle writer Rachel Hergett covered the food bank’s Twitter and Facebook endeavors in her What’s Up With That? column.