Please support our efforts to raise funds for Move For Hunger, a national non-profit working to fight hunger and food waste. They mobilize transportation resources across the country to help fill the shelves of food banks and food pantries. To date, they have provided more than 14.5 million meals to those in need.
While Move For Hunger's mission has always been to alleviate hunger and its accompanying impact on our health, support for those who are hungry and food insecure in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic is more critical than ever.
More than 40 million Americans were food insecure before the pandemic, and Feeding America estimates that an additional 17.1 million people may not have enough to eat as a result of the crisis. According to the Hamilton Project, household food insecurity has doubled and childhood insecurity is 4x higher than it was before the coronavirus devastated the economy. Millions of Americans are visiting food banks for the first time.
Move For Hunger remains committed to its mission and doing whatever it can to provide critical transportation assistance for food banks and food pantries facing the heightened demand. Since March, the Move For Hunger network has delivered more than 700,00 pounds of food and provided 583,000 meals to families struggling.
The scope of the crisis is going to require a long-term response and Move For Hunger is determined to see it through. But they simply cannot continue to do this work without our support. With hunger on the rise, it's more important than ever.
Please make a donation today to help put food on the table for the families, children, seniors, and vulnerable communities who are really struggling right now.
The Power of Your Donation: Every dollar you give can provide at least 2 meals to families in need.
$10 = 25 meals
$25 = 63 meals
$50 = 125 meals
$100 = 250 meals
$250 = 600 meals
Click here to learn more about how the Move For Hunger network is providing critical assistance to food banks and food pantries all across the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you for your support!