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2505, 2017

Crossing Over and Continuing to Give Back

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Last year, we featured two hunger heroes in the winter edition of our publication Harvest. These two individuals once relied on food assistance, and know what it's like to worry about getting enough [...]

2505, 2017

Helping Neighbors In Ways You Never Knew by Carrie Covey

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If you’re like me and grew up in the Valley or have lived here for a while, it may be hard to fathom the fact that over 34,000 of our [...]

805, 2017

Do Some People Choose Hunger and Poverty? By Michael McKee and John Downey

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Do some people choose hunger and poverty? That question can lurk in the back of the mind even in the most giving and compassionate among us.  Yes, people in need [...]

505, 2017

Coming Full Circle with Agency Capacity Grants by Eileen Emerson

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When I was a freshman in high school, I joined my local United Way Allocations Committee—the group that awards United Way funding to agencies—with no idea what I was getting [...]

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