Combat Childhood Hunger in Clark County

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Approximately 34% of children in Clark County struggle with hunger. Hunger and food insecurity can have developmental, behavioral, and psychological impacts on children.

You can be a part of providing 15,000 meals to children in Clark County through Generosity FEEDS at the Columbia FEEDS event on March 23, from 10:00 AM to 12 noon at Columbia River High School.

“Together, we can put a dent in childhood hunger in our community. This event unites schools (public and private), businesses, and non-profits, as well as 350+ volunteers, in one morning to assemble and package meals. Food is assembled into serving size packages, heat-sealed and boxed for distribution. Generosity FEEDS food-packs are all-natural with no preservatives and provide nutritious, balanced and delicious meals to children outside of school hours. We hope to partner with you in the fight against hunger!” Cash donations are also welcome; a $30 donation will provide food for thirty children.

Learn more about how to directly participate in this family-friendly event by visiting Columbia FEEDS online. For questions please email Fred at [email protected]

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