In honor of Hunger Action Month, the generous folks at R&H Gemberling and L&P Miller Memorial Foundation are matching your gift of hope today, up to $10,000. Will you make a gift that will go twice as far for those who need it most? For people like Arlene. She lost her job at a local jewelry store when it closed due to the pandemic. Her financial security rapidly … [Read more...] about Arlene wants to thank you
Despite an incredible outpouring of support this year from people like you, the demand for food in our community remains high. Your help is desperately needed to ensure that our neighbors facing hunger have access to the nutritious meals they need this September. And thanks to our generous friends at R&H Gemberling and L&P Miller Memorial Foundation, your gift will … [Read more...] about Match: Your Gift Doubles Today
“Just because I have a car doesn’t mean I have enough money to buy food.” This quote, featured in a 2020 New York Times headline, offers a glimpse at the true face of hunger in America – and it’s not what you might expect. For most adults, the touchstone for “economic disaster” in our country is the 2007-2009 “Great Recession” – a long, slow slog through high unemployment … [Read more...] about The Pandemic, the Recession, and Hunger: What We’ve Learned
For most kids, summer is an exciting, exhilarating, electric time of year. But for so many others, it's a time of worry and uncertainty. They’re scared that they will come home to an empty fridge. You can help ease their minds. And thanks to an anonymous donor, your gift will have 3X the impact -- but only until midnight. Your support will help: Provide fresh, healthy … [Read more...] about Triple Your Impact – Today Only!
Kids need your help today.Yesterday, Second Harvest partnered with WESH 2 News and set an ambitious goal of raising enough funds to provide 1 million meals for kids and families this summer. That goal is not just a number: 1 in 5 kids in our community are experiencing hunger, and this gets worse over the summer when they don’t have access to school-provided meals. It was … [Read more...] about It’s so close. Can you help?