Walmart Fight Hunger Spark Change
Get ready! Voting begins Monday, September 15 to help Connecticut Food Bank win $60,000! That's the equivalent of 138,000 meals!
The link goes live on Monday!
Please vote daily at www.walmart.com/fighthunger through October 5!
More details to come Monday!
Thanks to all who wore orange September 4!
Thank you to all who wore orange - the color of hunger relief - on National Wear Orange Day! Visit our Facebook page to see all the wonderful photos we received.
There's still time to bring attention to the problem of hunger during Hunger Action Month supported by the Citizens Bank Foundation.
13.4 percent of CT households struggled with hunger from 2011-2013
Data released this month by the U.S. Department of Agriculture shows 13.4 percent of households in Connecticut were food insecure from 2011-2013, including 5 percent who experienced very low food security. Nationwide, it's one in seven households.
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Download foodtweeks app to help feed the hungry
For each healthy food choice you make, you can help feed your hungry neighbors in Connecticut. It's easy and it's free!
Download the app in September and Connecticut Food Bank gets four times the normal donation! Make sure to enter the promo code CTFB!
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Watch actress and healthy-eating advocate Kelly LeBrock explain how it works.
Pick for Your Neighbor at Lyman Orchards
Pick an extra bag of apples, peaches, pears or nectarines at Lyman Orchards and donate it at the register to Connecticut Food Bank! They'll take care of the rest! No wonder Lyman Orchards is our 2014 Farm Hunger Action Hero!
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Connecticut Food Bank is a private, nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide nutritious food to people in need.
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Saturday, September 20
12 to 3 p.m.
Thorme Street, Bridgeport
Sunday, September 28
Portion of race proceeds benefit
Connecticut Food Bank