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Feeding the Gulf Coast: How you can help this holiday season

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Feeding the Gulf Coast: How you can help this holiday season
Feeding the Gulf Coast: How you can help this holiday season
Feeding the Gulf Coast: How you can help this holiday season

Ocean springs.

- - 1 in 5 individuals along the- central gulf coast need food- assistance.

- news 25's lorraine weiskopf is- live now speaking - with one organization thats - vision is a hunger-free - central gulf coast- - - - wxxv review from retailers working with farmers within thi state and federal agencies to food working as volunteers we sort and the truth is to go in and we partner with our agencies, which is really like what thing there) trees provide the food and they distributed to individuals in need of.

We also run the entries so it's food rented child efficient parameter run patient kids are getting proper nutrition.

We also worked on staff outreach ... and i do this year considering the start pandemic and multiple hurricanes and the coast in our holidays must be pretty hectic year for you guys.

Yes, laster will pacing across the entire research but about 2820 and of pounds of food this year to be over 40 million.

We project a huge increase, largely due to the cold.

Of course, which is i march and then having saw is that companies put a lot of people and abominable position concerning acute outreach need to have mississippi having preference having donations accounting you really need baltic volunteers to business your partners is an volunteers of the other.

The other big par of this without them we could do we do that alters a cannot or normal pantry balance that alters the cumber facility help sort food to get word out.

I really without the volunteers of can accomplish the nearly agreement we do so, i will grade hard-working staff alters really pushes the top of the revered; if you're interested in volunteering, donating, or even learning about how you can get help yourself, just go and chec out the feed the gulf coast.org website

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