Our neighbors need our help. Communities rely on support from food pantries to feed their families, and you can help ease the burden of food insecurity during The Salvation Army and 11Alive’s 39th Annual Can-A-Thon.
For the second year in a row, this year’s Can-A-Thon is an 8-week push to end hunger in our communities.
Read more here: https://www.11alive.com/article/news/local/outreach/can-a-thon/39th-annual-can-a-thon-begins-in-november/85-b5c0344d-c0f2-4435-b4be-5f7d8c64e6ec
Amy and Tom D’Orazio have a personal commitment to serve their community with their 300 acre farm by not only giving away everything they grow but also nurturing their self esteem. Meals are provided daily and the kitchen academy teaches them how to work in the food industry. Harry Smith reports for TODAY.» Subscribe to TODAY: http://on.today.com/SubscribeToTODAY
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Philadelphia Farm Grows Food To Donate To Communities In Need
Certain Publix locations will be accepting physical donations, and you can also give online here: https://www.local10.com/community/2021/11/08/day-of-giving-local-10-and-our-viewers-help-the-hungry-over-the-holidays/
Several groups from the private sector, including the Alagang Kapatid Foundation of TV5, donate relief goods for Ilocos Sur residents affected by #MaringPH. The LGU says it will reallocate its budget intended for COVID-19 vaccines to rehabilitation efforts since they are still receiving jabs from the national government.
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