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There are many, many programs to help families deal with food insecurity – but 68 percent of pantries, 42 percent of soup kitchens, and 15 percent of emergency shelters rely solely on volunteers and have no paid staff. That means these programs have an urgent need for people to step up and help. Recently, I was privileged to be... Read more »
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