Senior Hunger

Seniors face a number of unique medical and mobility challenges that put them at a greater risk of hunger. After a lifetime of hard work, many find themselves struggling with health issues on fixed incomes.

Older neighbors are forced to choose between paying for groceries and buying medicine. Continued growth of the proportion of people over the age of 60 will result in profound impacts on the demand for social services, especially the need for adequate and culturally appropriate nutrition services.

Your Gift of $115 can provide 60 meals

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