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Hunger is widespread this fall. Without a consistent source of healthy food, kids and adults alike can face a lifetime of serious health problems. Children are also three times more likely to develop anxiety and depression than their well-fed peers.

Because of the long-lasting impact of COVID-19, healthy food is even more inaccessible for many of our neighbors experiencing food insecurity. And it will likely take years to fully recover from the past year’s devastation.

When you give today, you’re providing healthy food for the children, families and seniors in our community who need it most.

Please make the most generous gift you’re able give to help providing meals for our neighbors who are truly struggling.

Thank you so much for your kindness.

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