Tag: hunger in america

30 Facts in 30 Days

Hey Y’all! Well, Hunger Action Month is over, and that means so is learning a new fact about hunger in our community and the Food Bank every day.  Although it’s no longer Hunger Action Month, there is still so much we can do!  For example, for the first two weeks […]

30 Facts in 30 Days – Day 17

Hey Y’all! Today’s Fact: 30% of Food Bank client households have at least one working adult. I had to start today with the fact.  These people are called the ‘working poor’.  Usually when we think of someone who is hungry, we think of the homeless, or someone who doesn’t have […]

30 Facts in 30 Days – Day 15

Hey Y’all! Yesterday was a long, long day, so I didn’t get a chance to post the fact of the day!  Hunger Action Month is halfway over, and there is still so much we can do to help fight hunger. I am in the process of setting up a fundraising […]

30 Facts in 30 Days – Day 14

Hey Y’all! Did you know that 1 in 6 people in the United States are hungry?  So much for being the land of plenty!  Many people believe that only certain areas of America are hungry, or certain neighborhoods – but in reality, the prevalence of hunger is much different.  This brings me […]