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Kids going back to school leads to some families struggling to feed their family. Local pantry in Worthington is trying to help those who may be struggling to feed their families as children go back to school. The Worthington Resource Pantry help serve Northern Franklin and southern Delaware counties. People can shop at their pantry […]


    Over the weekend, postal workers and communities across the country banded together helped those struggling to put food on the table. The “Stamp Out Hunger” effort commenced on Saturday and is the largest one day food drive in the nation. About 10,000 postal workers throughout the United States participated in this drive to […]


The end of the 2018-19 school year is approaching and many students are preparing to enjoy summer break. Unfortunately, for other students summer break may not be as exciting. Especially when you have to worry about the impact of a food insecure household. The Family Mentor Foundation hopes to make significant changes throughout the city. […]


  A child’s opportunity to have a bright and productive tomorrow starts with getting enough food to eat today. In America, 1 in 6 children may not know where they will get their next meal. More than 12 million kids in the United States alone is facing hunger. For many, getting the energy they need […]

Yoko Ono and Run-D.M.C.’s Darryl McDaniels were joined by young Hurricane Sandy victims at the Hard Rock Cafe in Midtown Manhattan Monday to mark the fifth annual Imagine There’s No Hunger campaign, which combats childhood hunger and poverty. “I know what it means to be hungry,” Ono told Rolling Stone. “In the Second World War, I […]

Source The Hunger Game movie is exposing racists fans all over the country. You would think that a movie wouldn’t create such a stir. But after seeing the slew of racists tweets come from movie-goers it’s clear that many had an issue with some of the cast being black. Many audience members expected to see […]