A steady diet of need
Food banks and pantries are finding that providing more with less is daunting.
Food organizations that greatly depend on donations to stay afloat are facing an ever-increasing number of clients – many of whom are unemployed or have been forced to drastically cut expenses because of the struggling economy.
“The need is continuing to grow because people are still hurting,” Northern Illinois Food Bank spokeswoman Donna Lake said. “It takes an entire community of support to feed our hungry neighbors.”
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