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The organizations and means by which food is procured and distributed to hungry people: food banks, food shelves, meal programs, government agencies and programs, nonprofit organizations and faith communities.
A federally funded, state-administered program that helps low-income families and people buy the food they need to achieve and maintain good health. As the name says, it provides a supplement, not a total food budget.
Children comprise 40 percent of the hungry people in Minnesota. The physical, emotional and psychological effects of hunger can stay with children for a lifetime. Stopping hunger in childhood can reclaim lives and save money now spent on the preventable effects of hunger.