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  • Share a Second Helping Food Drive campaign continues through February

  • Anti-hunger advocates are urging Delawareans to host Share a Second Helping Food Drives now through the end of February.
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  • Anti-hunger advocates are urging Delawareans to host Share a Second Helping Food Drives now through the end of February.
    The Share a Second Helping winter-long giving/awareness campaign launched in December in order to help meet the emergency food needs of Delawareans during the cold winter months. With a campaign goal of 100,000 pounds, the Food Bank of Delaware encourages individuals, businesses, community-based organizations, schools, faith-based organizations and others to host winter-long food drives and fundraisers.
    A recent study by the Food Research and Action Council shows that Delaware ranks 12th worst in the nation for food hardship amongst households with children. Witnessing firsthand these increased needs from the community, Delaware 2-1-1 fielded more than 100,000 phone calls from Delawareans in need of human services last year.
    For more information: fbd.org/share-a-second-helping.

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