By Alice Kenny
Exacerbating cuts made last November in food stamp programs that feed the hungry, Congress is now eying significant additional reductions, reports The New York Times on Wednesday, January 22.
“Food banks across the country,” reports The New York Times, “are increasing efforts to prepare for the increased demand even as donations decline.”*
It is crucial now more than ever to join with us in Feeding Our Neighbors, our united effort to fight hunger.
Now in its third year, Catholic Charities will be joined by UJA/Federation to make Feeding Our Neighbors 2014 an interfaith campaign on behalf of New York’s hungry.
Starting January 26th, we’ll be leveraging our collective reach and already expansive networks for even greater impact — with the goal of collecting and distributing a combined one million meals to feed the hungry throughout New York.
Too many children and families struggle every day with hunger.
Feeding Our Neighbors, An Interfaith Response unites Catholic Charities and UJA-Federation of New York, two of the largest faith-based, not-for-profit organizations, to combine efforts to help fight hunger and replenish dwindling supplies.
You can be part of this united effort. Help us collect and distribute food packages across pantries and shelters throughout the New York area.
Because ultimately, we do the most when we do it together.
Click here to donate – and write “Feeding Our Neighbors” in the comments field.
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