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Nancy Walters from Easton Hunger Coalition to Speak at 11/21 General Meeting 

We are thrilled to have Nancy join us On Tuesday, November 21st at the College Hill Presbyterian church to let us know how this organization fulfils the needs of families and individuals in the easton area

Mission: The Easton Hunger Coalition is an unincorporated non-profit association addressing food insufficiency in the Easton area.  They provide a forum for members to discuss and plan activities relating to advocacy, education, and Easton’s collective community response. 

 

Topics: She will be talking about the amount of food insufficiency/food insecurity we have in our community, the region and across the United States and then as to why the Easton Hunger Coalition got started and what our group works to do, and how people who are interested in the topic of reducing hunger in our community can participate.

 

She will be explaining about food drives, timing those drives to be most helpful and other ways the community can come together to combat our neighbors’ needs for food security.

 

Documentary that Discusses part of their mission:

 

http://www.eastonhungercoalition.org/networking-hunger.html