As a basic human right, all people should be able to find the food they need. We are moving toward a future where everyone enjoys that right in our community.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture plans to launch a two-year pilot program this summer with seven retailers to allow food stamp recipients the ability to purchase their groceries online.
The New Year is here, and with the holiday season coming to a close many people are indulging in retrospection and reevaluating some of their life choices. New Year’s resolutions are the perfect opportunity for all those who have failed to start making the changes that they said they would make next week, next month, or perhaps when winter starts.
Give and you shall receive is most definitely true, but giving is much more than receiving. When you discover that […]
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Over 6,000 Livingston County children lack access to food during the summer months Livingston County, MI — Though many of […]
“World Food Day”, October 16, 2012, is a day of action against hunger. It was established by the United Nations […]
Summer is almost here and the question must be raised as to whether Livingston County residents have enough food on […]
Announcing formation of the Livingston County Hunger Council – led by Chairperson, Jerry Olinik – broad cross-section of community leaders […]
On October 29, 2009, a broad cross-section of community leaders came together to start discussions about how to end hunger […]
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