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Raised $350 to help Stuff-the-Truck
Credit: Darlene Dyer
WUSA9 kickstarts food insecurity relief initiative | #GivingMatters
We're taking steps to make an impact for our neighbors struggling with food insecurity.
Frederick Impact #GivingMatters
WUSA9 out in Frederick, MD for Stuff The Truck Credit: Darlene Dyer
Over 2,000 meals provided to Loudoun County residents in need
The Dulles South Food Pantry collected 2,378 pounds of food and $1,034 in donations.
Dulles South Food Pantry feeding 185 families a week in Loudoun County
Loudoun County is one of the richest counties in the nation, but despite its wealth almost 10,000 children in the county still don't have enough to eat.
WUSA9 Stuff-the-Truck event scheduled for Friday in Prince William Co.
From 6 a.m. until 6:30 p.m., WUSA9 will be at the Giant on Linton Hall Road in Gainesville.
All about the Berkeley County West Virginia Meals on Wheels program
The nonprofit Meals on Wheels has been delivering meals to those in need for 52 years.
4,500 pounds of food collected for neighbors in need at summer Stuff-the-Truck event
This is just the first of many Stuff-the-Truck events.
Kingdom Cares collecting food for families in need | Impact
Food insecurity is a problem for so many of our communities. That's where non-profits like Kingdom Cares come in.
How Kingdom Cares is fighting food insecurity
The organization helps feed 1500 households per week.
Impact: Stuff-the-Truck to help fight food insecurity
Allison Seymour, Marcella Robertson and Kaitlyn McGrath will be at Giant at the Cherry Hill Shopping Center Friday collecting for Kingdom Cares.
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