Second Harvest serves over 4,000 people each week that are food insecure? The client households we serve often survive on limited budgets and report having to choose between paying for food and paying for utilities (63%), transportation (64%), medical care (60%), or housing (55%) at some point during the year. These are hard decisions for anyone to make. Food insecurity exists in every county and congressional district in the country. But not everyone struggling with hunger qualifies for federal nutrition assistance. Learn more about local food insecurity and the food banks in your community by exploring data from Feeding America’s annual Map the Meal Gap project.
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