With the holidays approaching, I can’t help but feel extra grateful for everything you’ve done for our neighbors experiencing hunger.

We’ve seen this caring community rally behind us — through the pandemic and more. We’ve seen it in how you’ve helped provide emergency relief. And we hope to see it throughout the holiday season and into 2023 … because our challenges are not over.

Soaring prices in the grocery store and at the gas pump are creating additional hardships. And while no one should go hungry at any time of year, it seems to hurt more during the holidays.

But thanks to caring friends like you, local families don’t have to worry about how they’ll put food on the table. We’ll continue supporting neighbors through food distributions, connecting them with social services, and providing workforce development programs that move people along the path to stabilization.

I hope you’ll consider a special holiday gift to help even more people. Thank you!

With gratitude,

Kurt L. Reiber
President & CEO
Freestore Foodbank

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