Did you eat today? Some of your neighbors did not. Chester County is the wealthiest county in Pennsylvania, with a median household income of slightly over $85,000. Yet, in March of 2017, according to the Hunger Coalition, more than 25,000 Chester County residents received SNAP money. Of these, 11,430 were children. Penn Medicine "learned that while 7.1 percent of individuals live in poverty county-wide, there are a half-dozen municipalities that experience poverty rates in excess of 15 percent." Indivisible Chester County wants to do something here, in our backyard, to help our neighbors. We are launching a fundraiser to benefit the Chester County Food Bank, a non-profit that provides financial support to the 120 Food Providers and Hot Meal sites in Chester County. Won't you help? We have almost 2,500 members, and are asking that each of you contribute $1 to help us reach our goal of $2,500 by Labor Day. Thanks in advance for your help! Because of you, one less child will go to bed hungry tonight.