Saturday, October 12, 2013

“There is no typical hungry person"

“Hunger is a very real, chronic condition in our state,” Ellen Parker, executive director of Project Bread, said in a statement announcing the distribution of funds. 
“There is no typical hungry person. And we know that it takes more than one solution to solve a problem as complex, and yet as personal, as hunger. Each of the organizations we funded provides a critical role in helping to solve hunger in the community.” 
Project Bread runs and supports programs that connect community farms to local food pantries; screen families for hunger within health centers; and make it possible for people in need to pick up food with dignity.

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For more about Project Bread visit their webpage

To contribute to the Franklin Food Pantry, you can do so securely via their webpage

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