Costs to distribute food heavily impacted Second Harvest

Jaime E. Love

The COVID-19 pandemic may perhaps have eased a bit but the need for food items support in the Tri-Metropolitan areas and Japanese Washington has not.

Second Harvest, the nonprofit that supplies foods financial institutions and meal websites, is still looking at double the desire for meals than what was viewed in 2019.

And now there are new troubles.

The need for food aid has not slowed down, but inflation and soaring gas price ranges are making it more difficult to feed those in need to have. But a single nearby group is hoping to aid.

For the third calendar year, Hanford personnel are raising money with the 1 Hanford Feeding Family members Fundraiser.

“The dollars that they elevate added benefits us at Second Harvest which then allows us to buy foodstuff and provide far more variety to folks,” stated Eric Williams, neighborhood partnerships director.

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