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Why Anti-Hunger Programs Are So Important

Friday, August 25th, 2017
Anti-Hunger

Anti-hunger programs are at risk and we must keep them funding to keep people fed!

Recently, Carmen Del Guercio penned an op-ed for The Baltimore Sun regarding proposed budget cuts to anti-hunger programs. In his piece, Del Guercio addresses how critical funding for these programs is and why it should matter to us all. He goes on to describe potential cuts to anti-hunger programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) and the Emergency Food Assistance Program (TEFAP), which could result in a loss of at least 45 billion meals over 10 years nationwide. At a time when “one in nine Marylanders [are] lacking regular access to healthy food,” he says, this is a huge loss in the fight against hunger.

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The Importance of Supporting Soup Kitchens in Baltimore City

Monday, April 17th, 2017
Soup Kitchens in Baltimore City

Why is it so important to support soup kitchens in Baltimore City? We aim to find out.

Irvington My Brother’s Keeper is incredibly proud to be a part of the soup kitchens in Baltimore City. We offer a variety of meal programs, including hot lunch programs as well as bag lunch programs. It’s our goal to help feed those in need. Unfortunately, some people might wonder: what’s so important about soup kitchens in Baltimore City? We’re here to help shed the light on why these meal programs are so important.

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