One in 7 neighbors struggle with putting enough food on the table.
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Food insecurity in our community continues to grow and can be experienced by anyone regardless of age, sex, gender, race, creed or employment status.
Hunger—or food insecurity—is often spoken of as an immediate need, but it is much more than that. It has a long-term effect on health and well-being.
The Meal Gap represents the meals missing from the homes of families and individuals struggling to put food on the table. You can map it here.
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