Any college football fan can tell you – school rivalries can easily run generations deep. Getting opposing teams to work on the same side can be nearly impossible, but that’s exactly what two Big Ten Central Florida alumni clubs did five years ago when they started their Hunger Bowl fundraising […]

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In 2016 Second Harvest Food Bank upgraded its virtual food drive tool to be mobile responsive and that decision is paying dividends, most recently during Hurricane Irma. The Ogle family in Avalon Park used the virtual food drive as a way to give back to their community following Hurricane Irma. […]

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Last summer, a co-worker and I were at the Holden Community Center for an event. The majority of people there were children ranging from elementary to high school. School was starting soon, and they were there with a parent to receive book bags and assorted items for the upcoming school […]

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Growing up as a kid who lived in a food insecure household, I wasn’t nearly as excited for summer as most of my classmates. Sure, school was out, which meant not having to wake up early to catch the bus, spend my days doing homework, or sitting in a classroom […]

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Over the past four years, I have had the chance to meet and get to know some pretty great people through our Virtual Food Drive. For them, this tool is an easy and interactive way to raise money toward ending hunger in their community, provides a great representation of how far their monetary donations can really go, and fun to […]

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