We often don't think of active duty military members as needing a little extra help affording food sometimes. But the reality is, they do. We break down three reasons military members may face hunger, and what you can do to help.
As many places begin to reopen and we ease into our new normal during the pandemic, it can be more difficult for us to remember those who are still struggling. This summer, there are some easy ways for us to continue to help our neighbors.
Imagine discovering a beautiful truth about yourself, only to lose everything, including your home. For Laura Choate, who came out when she was 11, that was a reality. Now, Laura is working with LGBTQ youth facing homelessness in her community.
For anyone, visiting a food pantry can take a lot of courage. And for the LGBTQ community, it can be even harder. One food pantry in Chicago is taking three important steps to ensure LGBTQ neighbors facing hunger feel safe, welcome and accepted for who they truly are.
When the pandemic began, a local farm in Hawaii wasn't sure if they'd be able to stay open. But thanks to the Hawaii Foodbank, the farm not only stayed open, it was able to provide healthy produce for Hawaii families facing hunger.