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Nov 2018

Coping with the Unexpected

By | November 13th, 2018|Categories: Post|

Until 10 years ago, life was good for Frank. The avid outdoorsman lived with his wife in a house they owned in Albemarle County. A building contractor by trade, Frank [...]

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Oct 2018

Diagnosing Hunger

By | October 16th, 2018|Categories: Post|

The problem of hunger isn’t always visible, and it takes a community to identify the need for food assistance and ensure that everyone has enough to eat. When it comes [...]

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More Ways to Lend A Hand

By | October 9th, 2018|Categories: Post|

Years ago, the Food Bank got on board with the Gus Bus/Reading Road Show to distribute food to children in low-income neighborhoods. Recently, we began trailing the bus in our [...]

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Jul 2018

Will Congress Take Food Away from Hungry Kids?

By | July 27th, 2018|Categories: Post|

In early summer, each chamber of Congress passed its own version of the Farm Bill, which funds critically important food assistance programs for food banks as well as for SNAP [...]

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Jun 2018

Mar 2018

Linking Town & Gown

By | March 23rd, 2018|Categories: Post|

By Victoria Sia, University of Virginia student and Madison House volunteer As 2:30 pm drew near on a Wednesday afternoon, I was nervous yet excited for my first volunteer at [...]

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