By Jean Blish Siers *
North Carolina has the fifth highest level of food insecurity in the county. Nearly one in five North Carolina residents lives in a household that cannot consistently put enough nutritious food on the table to feed all members of the home. Homes with children fare even worse. An estimated one-in-four children lives in a food-insecure home.
Sometimes people ask me why Society of St. Andrew needs to take food to people who are already receiving SNAP benefits. ...Continue Reading →